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December 30, 1985

Democrats swept to landslide victories in special elections in Honolulu to fill three City Council seats that were vacated when voters recalled three councilmen who had switched from the Democratic to the Republican Party. Former state Reps. Donna Mercado Kim and Arnold Morgado Jr. and state Deputy Atty. Gen. Randall Y. Iwase outpolled their opponents by margins of more than 2-to-1 in Saturday's voting. The results restore the Democrats' 7-2 majority on the City Council, where the GOP had gained a 5-4 majority with the switch in June.

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