Ben Cayetano finished as the leader in the 2012 Primary Election's Honolulu mayoral race, according to the State Elections Office.
After the fourth printout with all precincts counted, Cayetano had 44.2 percent of the vote. Kirk Caldwell will also advance to the General Election with 29.1 percent; and incumbent Honolulu Mayor Peter Carlisle conceded with 24.8 percent of the vote.
In the race for Daniel Akaka's U.S. Senate seat, Mazie Hirono will represent the Democrats in November. She finished with 56.8 percent of the vote. Ed Case conceded with 40.3 percent.
Hirono will face off against former governor Linda Lingle, who ended the Primary Election in the Republican race with 90.3 percent, and Nonpartisan candidate Heath Beasley.
In the Democratic race for the Second Congressional District, Tulsi Gabbard finished on top with 54 percent of the vote. Mufi Hannemann ended with 33.6 percent of the vote.
In the Honolulu City Council District 1 race, Kymberly Marcos Pine won the top spot in the Primary Election with 33.7 percent of the vote. She will face incumbent Tom Berg in the General Election. Berg got 27.2 percent of the vote in the primary.
In the battle for Hawaii County mayor, incumbent Billy Kenoi finished with a 42.5 percent lead. He will face former mayor Harry Kim, who got 34.1 percent of the vote in the primary.
In a race affected by reapportionment, State Senate District 11 candidate Brian Taniguchi beat fellow longtime senator Carol Fukunaga. With all the votes counted, Taniguchi has 52.2 percent of the vote compared with Fukunaga's 41.9 percent.