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VIDEO: Djou releases new advert, hits Hanabusa over residency
By Video @ 5:06 PM :: 9795 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics

Honolulu, HI - Congressman Charles Djou (HI-1) has released his fifth ad of the General Election entitled, "In The District:"

"There was a time when Colleen Hanabusa believed it was important to actually live in the district she wants to represent. Apparently that time has passed.  

"I think it's important to live in the district I represent.  I have lived in this district for eight years and, unlike my opponent, can say that I have voted for myself in every election that I have run in. 

"In contrast, my opponent thinks a place is worth living in, only if and when, she is elected. The people of the First Congressional District deserve better." 

Ad and transcript:


*Click to watch the ad*


"I was born, raised, and still live in the Second Congressional District. [Hanabusa]

"I'm Charles Djou and I understand voters in the First Congressional District are tired of self-serving politicians.

"Colleen Hanabusa was rejected by voters in her own district and now she's hoping that voters in our district won't notice.

"As I ask for your vote, I do so out of deep commitment, not a sense of entitlement to elected office.

"I'm Charles Djou, your Congressman who actually lives here in the First District, and I approve this message."


And why does Hanabusa live in Ko Olina, you ask?

Here’s why: Cayetano: Hanabusa's Broken Trust connections lead to Ko Olina


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