Tonight at 8:00 p.m. PBS will host the final debate between Charles and our opponent. After we convincingly won the last debate on KHON Monday night we look forward to a spirited discussion this evening.
You can also read about the clear differences between our common sense approach to the budget deficit and our opponent's hyper-partisan defense of the status quo in today's Star Advertiser.
There are now just 12 short days to go until the election. We need your help right now.
As important as it is to fight for fiscal sanity in Congress, things will ultimately only change if you vote. If you have a mail-in absentee ballot, please cast it today. Don't wait until the deadline as the ballots must be received, not postmarked, by the Office of Elections on Nov. 6. You can also vote today by casting a walk-in absentee ballot at Honolulu Hale, Kapolei Hale or the Pali Golf Course. Walk-in absentee voting will continue until Sat., Nov. 3.
This election is so important and we need your help now. If you can, please consider helping us one last time before the election. Every penny you give will make a critical difference for us between winning and losing.
Mahalo for your support and please encourage your friends families and neighbors to watch tonight's debate, read about Charles in today's paper and, most of all, make sure you vote!
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LINK: Streaming Video of Debate
Thursday, October 25, 8:00 pm
Election 2012: U.S. Representative, Congressional District 1
Leslie Wilcox moderates this candidates' forum for urban Honolulu's US Congressional Representative. Incumbent Colleen Hanabusa (D) and former US representative Charles Djou (R) are scheduled to appear. INSIGHTS provides an unscripted, unfiltered look at the candidates and an opportunity for viewers to ask them questions.
During this program join our live discussion below or
through Twitter using the #PBSinsights hash tag.