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Wednesday, July 25, 2012
22 Candidates Fail to File Financial Disclosures by Deadline
By News Release @ 4:29 PM :: 6006 Views :: Energy, Environment


All candidates for state elective office are required by state law to file a disclosure of
financial interests statement (“financial disclosure statement”) with the Hawaii State Ethics Commission. These financial disclosure statements are public records and are available for public inspection. The candidate’s financial disclosure statement includes information about a candidate’s sources of income, business ownership interests, debts, real property ownership interests, officer and director positions held in businesses, and other financial interests.
The statutory deadline for candidates to file their financial disclosure statements
with the Hawaii State Ethics Commission was Monday, July 23, 2012. A total of 163
candidates filed their financial disclosure statements by the deadline.
Hawaii Revised Statutes section 84-17(j) requires the Hawaii State Ethics
Commission to release to the public a list of the names of all candidates who failed to file a candidate’s financial disclosure statement by the statutory deadline, and to assess a late filing penalty fee of $25 against those candidates.
The Hawaii State Ethics Commission did not receive a candidate’s financial
disclosure statement by the statutory deadline from the following candidates and will
assess a $25 penalty fee against these candidates:
Clayton Hee
Wendell Ka’ehu’ae’a
Gilbert Kahele
Michelle Kidani (Financial disclosure statement was received after statutory deadline)
Colleen Meyer
Bart Mulvihill
John Totten
Glenn Wakai
Joe Bertram
Corinne Ching
Beth Fukumoto
Colin Hanlon (Financial disclosure statement was received after statutory deadline)
Kaniela Ing
Edward Kaahui
Tercia Ku
Rose Martinez
Joe Rattner
Lei Sharsh
Dwight Synan
Clifton Takamura
Danny Villaruz
Carl Wong
The Hawaii State Ethics Commission is in the process of posting all candidates’
financial disclosure statements on the Commission’s website. When this has been
completed, the public may view the financial disclosure statements online at In the meantime, the public is invited to review copies of
candidates’ financial disclosure statements at the Commission’s office at 1001 Bishop
Street, American Savings Bank Tower, Suite 970, Honolulu, Hawaii, from Monday through Friday between 7:45 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
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