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.
Supporters of building the train’s route all the way to Ala Moana Center far outnumber people who want to cut the rail line short.
Trump is far behind Clinton among Oahu voters. That may hurt Republican Djou even though the mayor’s race is nonpartisan.
Mayor Kirk Caldwell steals challenger Charles Djou’s frequently asked question, but supplies very different answers.
The Honolulu mayoral candidates appeared before the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement.