Two 30-second radio spots airing locally seek to recruit Republican candidates for elective office.
The spots are running on KHVH News Radio 830 AM, home to local conservative gabber Rick Hamada and national personalities Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity.
"If you believe in conservative local values, I want you to run for public office," implores Jonah Kaauwai, chairman of the Hawaii Republican Party, in one of the ads, which can be listened to here.
The ads don't pull any punches.
"Greedy union bosses, unaccountable elected officials and an arrogant political establishment that has overtaxed Hawaii familes and local businesses and stuck our kids with the third-worst education system in the nation," Kaauwai argues in one. "It's time for this to change and principled people to get involved and run for elected office to protect our children's future."