With most of the Primary Election results in, we can start to look ahead at some of the General Election races that you can expect.
Ben Cayetano and Kirk Caldwell will battle it out in the Honolulu mayor's race that has been so far dominated by the rail issue.
Congresswoman Mazie Hirono will face off against former governor Linda Lingle. Lingle beat Hirono in the governor's in the 2002 General Election. Heath Beasley will run as a nonpartisan candidate.
Democrat Tulsi Gabbard will go up against Republican Kawika Crowley in November for the U.S. Representative District 2 seat vacated by Hirono.
Incumbent Democrat Colleen Hanabusa and Republican challenger Charles Djou both handily won the primary races for their respective parties and will face off in the General Election. Djou previously held the First Congressional District seat.
Incumbent Hawaii County Mayor Billy Kenoi will take on former Hawaii County mayor Harry Kim for Hawaii Island's top position.
Former Republican senator Fred Hemmings will compete against Democrat Laura Thielen for the State Senate District 25 seat representing Kailua through Waimanalo.
Rep. Kymberly Pine will take on incumbent Tom Berg for the Honolulu City Council District 1 seat representing Leeward Oahu.