Hawaii GOP chair resigns after party tweets about QAnon

  • In this 2016 file photo, Shirlene Ostrov, then-Republican candidate for Congress, waves to drivers at a highway intersection in Waipahu, Oahu. (AP Photo/Cathy Bussewitz, File)

HONOLULU — The chairperson of the Hawaii Republican Party has resigned after a senior party member used an official Twitter account to send tweets defending adherents of the QAnon conspiracy theory.