|Elections in Hawaii|
The 1998 Hawaii gubernatorial election was held on November 3, 1998. Incumbent Democratic Governor of Hawaii Ben Cayetano ran for re-election to a second and final term, and he faced off against Maui Mayor Linda Lingle. The race between Cayetano and Lingle was hard-fought, but ultimately, Cayetano narrowly edged her out to win re-election.
|Democratic||Ben Cayetano (inc.)||95,797||86.40|
|Democratic||Richard C. S. Ho||3,024||2.73|
|Democratic||Fred K. Tamura||2,740||2.47|
|Democratic||Raymond N. Onaga||1,651||1.49|
|Democratic||Miles F. Shiratori||1,499||1.35|
|Republican||Frank F. Fasi||48,488||30.78|
|Democratic||Ben Cayetano (inc.)||204,206||50.11%||+13.53%|
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