GOP's Djou Wins Hawaii Special Election For Congress **Update** Djou Video Added

**UPDATE**Charles Djou victory speech: "This congressional seat is owned by the people," Djou comes in at 6:58

First Republican sent to Washington in 2 decades
Honolulu City Councilman Charles Djou has won the special election in urban Honolulu's 1st Congressional District, the first Republican sent to Washington, D.C., to represent the Islands in two decades.

According to the state Office of Elections, Djou leads with 39.5 percent of the vote, followed by 30.8 percent for state Senate President Colleen Hanabusa and 27.6 percent for former congressman Ed Case. The remaining 11 other candidates attracted the rest of the vote.
The results are for ballots mailed in or dropped off through Friday and a portion of ballots received today, accounting for most of the votes cast in the winner-take-all special election. The Office of Elections plans to release a final count later tonight.
Here are some links to news sites reporting: (Full story there) (They will post video later)
hawaiinewsnow (Probably will have video later too)

Sarah Palin tweets following the victory...