September 28, 2016

KHON2 – Honolulu mayoral candidates address rail, homelessness, supporting local

Honolulu mayoral race got charged up Thursday as incumbent Mayor Kirk Caldwell and challenger Charles Djou went head-to-head in a debate. The event was moderated by KHON2 political analyst John Hart and sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii. To read the full article, click here:

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September 5, 2016

Labor Day Message from Volunteers

Today we take a break to recognize the important efforts of our country’s hardworking men and women. In Honolulu, hundreds of thousands of of these families, like ours, fight to get ahead in one of the most expensive places to live in the country. While we work, we depend on the city to manage our hard earned money to do things like: fund …

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August 9, 2016

A Volunteer Request…

Friends, Kirk Caldwell’s latest ads show just how desperate he is. Rather than campaigning on solid plans and his record as mayor, he has begun attacking Charles’ position on rail: suggesting that Charles’ next idea may be a “commutapult” or a super-uber. Well, Honolulu’s constituents don’t think rail being at least $3 billion over budget, at least half-a-decade behind schedule, …

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August 7, 2016

Why I’m voting for my husband, Charles Djou

As you are deciding who to vote for in this mayoral election, I thought I’d share with you how I see my husband. He’s humble.  He’s the guy that washes the dishes at every Sunday dinner with my extended family. He’s principled. He can’t be bought.  He’ll never vote based on a relationship or campaign donation. If you support Charles, it’s not …

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August 6, 2016

Press Release: Djou Reacts to State Issuing Fines on City for Sewer Spill and Failure to Maintain Infrastructure

Honolulu, HI – Congressman Charles K. Djou, candidate for Mayor of Honolulu, reacted to the state government fining the Caldwell administration for the August 2015 Waikiki/Ala Moana sewer spill for failure to properly manage the City’s basic infrastructure. “Last year’s massive sewer spill off of Waikiki was an unfortunate black eye for our City.  But the inability of the mayor …

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July 29, 2016


The Facts on Rail What I think: If I am fortunate to be elected mayor of Honolulu, I am going to do something that has not been done in four years:  I am going to be HONEST with you about rail. I am going to open those books and be honest with our City Council, be honest with our State Legislature, …

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