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UPDATED: The former U.S. congresswoman would be a marquee name in a potentially large field of candidates.
After abandoning the Republican Party in dramatic fashion, the ex-congressman says he has no plans to run for anything.
The mayor raised $3.6 million, and a super PAC kicked in nearly $1 million more to support his re-election bid.
Credit Civil Beat for coming up with a creative approach to candidate videos. But the resulting coverage could have been more balanced.
In this episode, the mayor and his challenger are asked about a do-over for rail, Oahu’s traffic and urban sprawl.
In this episode: what Honolulu is doing right, a model city, a new landfill.
We wanted to know what the mayoral candidates had to say about more than just rail. Watch a short video of our questions to the two candidates.
The Honolulu mayoral challenger wanted the two candidates to pay for 30 minutes of airtime on KITV on Saturday.
A campaign ad in the Star-Advertiser listed “Dennis Francis” — the name of the paper’s publisher — as one of the mayor’s supporters.
Incumbent Kirk Caldwell lets others do the talking, while challenger Charles Djou appears with his wife — and in uniform.