Who is the governor of Hawaii right now?

Who is the governor of Hawaii right now?

The current Governor of Hawaii is Democrat David Ige, who took office on December 1, 2014…Governor of Hawaii.

Governor of Hawaiian Hawaiian: Ke Kiaʻaina o Hawaiʻi
Governor’s Standard
Holder David Ige since December 1, 2014
Residence washington square
Mandate’s duration Four years, renewable once

What is Governor Ige’s nationality?

David Ige/Nationality

How old is David Ige?

64 years old (January 15, 1957)
David Igé/Age

Does Hawaii have a governor for each island?

Role. The 1840 Constitution of the Kingdom of Hawaii states: There shall be four governors over these Hawaiian Islands – one for Hawaiʻi – one for Maui and adjacent islands – one for Oʻahu and one for Kauaʻi and adjacent islands. The governor will be the superior on his particular island or islands.

What is Hawaii’s official bird?

Hawaii/State Bird

The official state bird of Hawaii is the nēnē, also known as the Hawaiian goose. This species of goose is thought to have evolved from the Canada goose which likely arrived on the Hawaiian Islands around 500,000 years ago. Found only on the Hawaiian Islands, these protected birds are quite a sight to behold.

Who did David Ige run against?

2018 Hawaii Governor election

Candidate David Ige Andria Tupola
To party Democratic Republican
Race partner Josh Green Marissa Kern
Popular vote 244,934 131,719
Percentage 62.7% 33.7%

Who ruled Hawaii before the United States?

Hawaii was united under one kingdom for 80 years, from the reign of King Kamehameha to Queen Lili’oukalani. During this 80-year period, the rules of succession have evolved considerably. Initially, those eligible to rule included only family members.