ELECTION 2010: Special Election - Honolulu Mayor's Race

Last month, Mufi Hanneman stepped down as Honolulu mayor in order to run for governor. All eight candidates in the running to replace him will be in the studio on the August 19 episode of Insights on PBS Hawaii.

They will discuss everything from budget cuts to rail issues, but most importantly the upcoming non-partisan special election on September 18th determining who will finish the two years remaining in Hanneman's term. Joining host Dan Boylan are mayoral candidates Kirk Caldwell, Peter Carlisle, Calvin Griffin, Philmund Lee, Khistina De Jean, John Andrew McLeod, Panos Prevedouros, and Rod Tam.

This conversation was recorded on August 19, 2010 in the PBS Hawaii studio. Insights on PBS Hawaii is presented on Thursdays at 7:30.


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