Hawaii's 1st congressional district
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Hawaii's 1st congressional district is a congressional district in the U.S. state of Hawaii. The district is located entirely on the island of Oahu, encompassing the urban areas of the City and County of Honolulu, a consolidated city-county that includes Oahu's central plains and southern shores, including the towns of Aiea, Mililani, Pearl City, Waipahu and Waimalu. The district is smaller and more densely populated than the 2nd Congressional District (which includes the rest of the state).
|Hawaii's 1st congressional district|
Hawaii's 1st congressional district - since January 3, 2013.
When Hawaii and Alaska were admitted to the Union in 1959, both new states were granted one at-large Representative to Congress pending the next United States Census. In the reapportionment following the 1960 U.S. Census, Hawaii was entitled to a second U.S. Representative. Instead of creating two congressional districts, the state continued to elect its Representatives at-large. Two representatives were first elected in 1962 and Hawaii was first represented by two U.S. Representatives on January 2, 1963 upon the convening of the 88th Congress.
The 1st Congressional District was created in 1971 when Hawaii began electing its representatives from districts instead of electing at-large Representative statewide.
Election results from presidential races
|2000||President||Al Gore 55% – George W. Bush 39%|
|2004||President||John Kerry 53% – George W. Bush 47%|
|2008||President||Barack Obama 70% – John McCain 28%|
|2012||President||Barack Obama 70% – Mitt Romney 29%|
|2016||President||Hillary Clinton 63% – Donald Trump 30%|
List of members representing the districtEdit
1970 • 1972 • 1974 • 1976 • 1978 • 1980 • 1982 • 1984 • 1986 (Special) • 1986 • 1988 • 1990 • 1992 • 1994 • 1996 • 1998 • 2000 • 2002 • 2004 • 2006 • 2008 • 2010 (Special) • 2010 • 2012 • 2014 • 2016 (Special) • 2016 • 2018
|Republican||Richard K. Cockey||31,764||27.11|
|Democratic win (new seat)|
|Democratic||Spark Matsunaga (incumbent)||73,826||54.70|
|Republican||Fred W. Rohlfing||61,138||45.30|
|Democratic||Spark Matsunaga (incumbent)||71,552||59.32|
|Republican||William B. Paul||49,065||40.68|
|Republican||Fred W. Rohlfing||53,745||39.06|
|Independents for Godly Government||Kathy Joyce Hoshijo||23,807||17.30|
|Democratic||Cecil Heftel (incumbent)||84,552||73.26|
|Republican||William D. Spillane||24,470||21.20|
|Libertarian||Peter David Larsen||4,295||3.72|
|Aloha Democratic Party||Debra Figueroa||2,095||1.82|
|Democratic||Cecil Heftel (incumbent)||98,256||79.77|
|Republican||Aloma Keen Noble||19,819||16.09|
|Libertarian||Rockne H. Johnson||5,106||4.14|
|Democratic||Cecil Heftel (incumbent)||134,779||89.91|
|Libertarian||Rockne H. Johnson||15,128||10.09|
|Democratic||Cecil Heftel (incumbent)||114,884||82.73|
|Republican gain from Democratic|
|Republican||Pat Saiki (incumbent)||96,848||54.71|
|Libertarian||Roger Lee Taylor||2,107||1.29|
|Democratic gain from Republican|
|Democratic||Neil Abercrombie (incumbent)||129,332||72.87|
|Libertarian||Rockne H. Johnson||6,569||3.70|
|Democratic||Neil Abercrombie (incumbent)||94,754||53.62|
|Best Party of Hawaii||Alexandria Kaan||2,815||1.59|
|Libertarian||Roger Lee Taylor||2,514||1.42|
|Democratic||Neil Abercrombie (incumbent)||86,732||50.37|
|Natural Law||Nick Bedworth||1,295||0.75|
|Democratic||Neil Abercrombie (incumbent)||116,693||61.56|
|Natural Law||Nick Bedworth||3,973||2.10|
|Democratic||Neil Abercrombie (incumbent)||108,517||69.03|
|Democratic||Neil Abercrombie (incumbent)||131,673||72.86|
|Libertarian||James H. Bracken||4,028||2.23|
|Democratic||Neil Abercrombie (incumbent)||128,567||62.97|
|Democratic||Neil Abercrombie (incumbent)||112,904||69.35|
|Republican||Richard (Noah) Hough||49,890||30.65|
|Democratic||Neil Abercrombie (incumbent)||154,181||77.14|
|No party||11 others||1,682||0.99%|
|Republican gain from Democratic|
|Republican||Charles Djou (incumbent)||82,723||46.77|
|Democratic gain from Republican|
|Democratic||Colleen Hanabusa (incumbent)||116,505||53.47|
|Republican||Shirlene D. (Shirl) Ostrov||44,090||20.65|
|Democratic||Angela Aulani Kaaihue||5,885||2.76|
|Libertarian||Alan J.K. Yim||5,559||2.60|
|Independent||Peter H. Plotzeneder||328||0.15|
|Republican||Shirlene D. (Shirl) Ostrov||45,958||21.52|
|Libertarian||Alan J.K. Yim||6,601||3.09|
Living former MembersEdit
As of November 2016[update], there are four former members of the House who are currently living. The most recent representative to die was Mark Takai (served 2015–2016), who died in office on July 20, 2016.
|Representative||Term of office||Date of birth (and age)|
|June 28, 1938|
|Pat Saiki||1987–1991||May 28, 1930|
|Charles Djou||2010–2011||August 9, 1970|
|May 4, 1951|
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- Martis, Kenneth C. (1982). The Historical Atlas of United States Congressional Districts. New York: Macmillan Publishing Company.
- Congressional Biographical Directory of the United States 1774–present
- "My Congressional District". United States Census Bureau. Retrieved December 28, 2018.
- "Partisan Voting Index – Districts of the 115th Congress" (PDF). The Cook Political Report. April 7, 2017. Retrieved April 7, 2017.
- Hawaii Office of Elections: Election results separated by year. Accessed February 11, 2015.
- "Dems Pick Up Hawaii Seat". The Hill. November 3, 2010.
- Kai-Hwa Wang, Frances (May 20, 2016). "Hawaii Congressman Mark Takai to Retire to Focus on Cancer Battle". NBC News. Retrieved May 28, 2016.
- 1970 Election Results
- 1972 Election Results
- 1974 Election Results
- 1976 Election Results
- 1978 Election Results
- 1980 Election Results
- 1982 Election Results
- 1984 Election Results
- 1986 Special Election Results
- 1986 Election Results
- 1988 Election Results
- 1990 Election Results
- 1992 Election Results
- 1994 Election Results
- 1996 Election Results
- 1998 Election Results
- 2000 Election Results
- 2002 Election Results
- 2004 Election Results
- 2006 Election Results
- 2008 Election Results
- 2010 Special Election Results
- 2010 Election Results
- "GENERAL ELECTION 2012 – State of Hawaii – Statewide" (PDF). State Of Hawaii Office of Elections. November 20, 2012. Retrieved June 22, 2012.
- "GENERAL ELECTION 2014 – State of Hawaii – Statewide" (PDF). State Of Hawaii Office of Elections. November 18, 2014. Retrieved June 22, 2012.
- "GENERAL ELECTION 2016 – State of Hawaii – Statewide" (PDF). State Of Hawaii Office of Elections. November 20, 2016. Retrieved November 16, 2016.
- "Statewide Summary" (PDF). Office of Elections. State of Hawaii. Retrieved 20 November 2018.