“The Honolulu Star-Advertiser believes it’s time for another change in the state’s top leadership. Hawaii would best be served by U.S. Rep. Colleen Hanabusa leaving Washington and moving in at the State Capitol’s fifth floor.”
The primary election is Saturday. In the races discussed below, the top vote getter in each party will advance to the general election on Tuesday, Nov. 6 … Colleen Hanabusa has been a leader and role model in Hawaii politics for two decades.
It’s inexcusable and disrespectful to our National Guard members and their families that it took calls from the media and others to get personnel paid …
Blaming Hanabusa for rail costs is nonsense. She did more good than harm during her time with HART and helped strip away the years of “on time and on budget” lies.
As state senate president, Hanabusa worked on the Hawai‘i Clean Energy Initiative, which set the goal for 100 percent renewable energy by 2045, and in her role as congresswoman she has a record of advocating for the environment and public lands…
“Holding people accountable is certainly leadership. No one is above criticism.” – Vicky Cayetano
“Colleen is smart, articulate, and honest. She does her homework before making decisions. Above all, she is a leader. She deserves your vote.”
This is a pattern. Once again the Ige administration has shown an unbelievable lack of urgency and total disregard for the public’s right to know.