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Corrections and
clarifications


Saturday, September 11, 2004




>> Randy Roth, a member of the Clean Campaigns Project, is no longer an adviser to Gov. Linda Lingle. A Page A4 article in Thursday's early edition incorrectly said he still held the post.

>> Carol Anne Phillips is a Republican candidate for state House District 46 (Schofield-Kahuku). Colleen Rose Meyer is a Republican running for re-election in House District 47 (Laie-Kahaluu). The districts for which they are running were reversed on Page 18 in yesterday's primary election guide.

>> State Sen. Melodie Aduja was first elected to the Senate in 2002. A story on Page A1 in yesterday's early edition incorrectly stated she was elected in 2000.

>> A Roberts Hawaii job fair will be held 9 to 11 a.m. today at the Ward Centre parking lot across from Ward Entertainment Complex. A story on Page C1 Thursday incorrectly said the fair was last Saturday.

>> Arturo Sandoval and the Honolulu Symphony Pops will perform at 8 p.m. today and tomorrow. A story on Page 20 in yesterday's Weekend section gave incorrect dates.

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