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Ben Cayetano

Pro-Rail Union Group Ups Ante Against Cayetano

Pro-Rail Union Group Ups Ante Against Cayetano

UPDATED Honolulu mayoral race heats up on eve of first TV debate.
Dear Dan: Cayetano’s Email to Inouye

Dear Dan: Cayetano’s Email to Inouye

UPDATED The former governor laid out why he opposes Honolulu rail, but the senator never responded.
Playing To Type In First Honolulu Mayoral Debate

Playing To Type In First Honolulu Mayoral Debate

Caldwell talks details, Carlisle throws shakas, Cayetano shoots from hip.
Is Honolulu Rail Debt Causing Budget Cuts?

Is Honolulu Rail Debt Causing Budget Cuts?

Cayetano says Carlisle has "no other reason" for reducing spending.
Cayetano: Mayor Cut Police, Fire

Cayetano: Mayor Cut Police, Fire

Candidate says Honolulu public safety weakening.
Cayetano’s Transit Plan Mirrors Harris’ in 2000 flickr.com

Cayetano’s Transit Plan Mirrors Harris’ in 2000

Honolulu mayor hopeful: No sense criticizing without solution.
Civil Beat Poll – Cayetano Tops 50% In Honolulu Mayor’s Race

Civil Beat Poll – Cayetano Tops 50% In Honolulu Mayor’s Race

Anti-rail candidate has 15 point margin over Carlisle, Caldwell combined.
End Politics As Usual, Then Cross the Street

End Politics As Usual, Then Cross the Street

Honolulu Mayor Peter Carlisle makes promises he won't be able to keep.
Cayetano Cuts Civil Beat From Campaign Media List

Cayetano Cuts Civil Beat From Campaign Media List

Mayoral candidate says he won't answer questions, emails or phone calls from our rail reporter.
FTA Watching Opponents, Wants $250M for Honolulu Rail

FTA Watching Opponents, Wants $250M for Honolulu Rail

Feds won't support project without "strong local partner."
Just How Deep Will Honolulu Rail’s Debt Be?

Just How Deep Will Honolulu Rail’s Debt Be?

Cayetano says as much as $7 billion, HART leadership says zero by end of project.
Sen. Inouye Can’t See the Forest When it Comes to Rail

Sen. Inouye Can’t See the Forest When it Comes to Rail

Rail will "suck the air out of the city's ability to provide more important basic services."
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