Sylvia Luke has won the six-way Democratic competition to be Hawaii's next lieutenant lead representative, catching 37% of the vote, with over 90% of all votes counted

Among the race's other strong competitors, Ikaika Anderson has 27% of the vote and Keith Amemiya 23%. Sherry Menor-McNamara is following with around 10%

The lieutenant lead representative's race has been perhaps of the most serious race this essential season, with a Honolulu Star-Advertiser survey in July showing Luke,

The champ will join the ticket of current lieutenant lead representative Josh Green who has helpfully come out on top in the competition.

The lieutenant lead representative doesn't have numerous authority obligations other than marking name change requests and handling other government records

while additionally being on reserve assuming the lead representative bites the dust or is somehow or another crippled.

Luke, the long-term seat of the strong House Finance Committee and a lawyer, has promoted her broad government experience during the mission

saying it will assist her with hoisting the workplace of the lieutenant lead representative to be more viable.