Political Radar

Hilton Hawaiian Village

June 18th, 2014

Gov. Neil Abercrombie has set a fundraiser for his re-election campaign Thursday night at the Hilton Hawaiian Village.

The recommended donation is $1,500 or $2,500.

The Abercrombie campaign also released a new campaign advertisement called "Turnaround," which charts the state's economic improvement during the governor's first term.

Abercrombie is up against state Sen. David Ige in the Democratic primary.

6 Responses to “Hilton Hawaiian Village”

  1. Especially Incognito:

    I wish mentioned a menu is shown.
    I may go to one.

  2. Tyrion Lannister:

    Go spend $500 at Ruth's Chris... you'd be way ahead.

  3. Especially Incognito:

    Not paying any large amount for a "Baloney"
    sandwich. None with fillers.

  4. Ken Conklin:

    Why it's important to defeat Neil Abercrombie for a second term as Governor of Hawaii.

    The purpose of this essay is to explain why people should vote against Neil Abercrombie in the Hawaii contest for Governor in 2014. The focus of this essay is on Abercrombie's long history of pushing the Akaka bill for federal recognition of a phony Hawaiian tribe, and his published personal views on the history of Hawaii which make it clear that he will continue to push for the partitioning of Hawaii along racial lines and/or the secession of Hawaii from the United States.

    President Obama has two more years in office. Neil Abercrombie was a close friend and mentor to Obama during Obama's adolescence growing up in Honolulu at the same time Abercrombie was a radical activist. Obama publicly supported the Akaka bill on several occasions as Senator and as President. Bureaucrats in Obama's Department of Interior are currently working on using rule-making, or an Executive Order, to grant federal recognition to ethnic Hawaiians as an Indian tribe. If Abercrombie is elected to a second term lasting four more years, he will use his power as Governor and as friend of Obama to make sure federal recognition takes place during the first half of Abercrombie's second term, and then to use his power as Governor to hand over huge amounts of land, money, and jurisdictional authority to the newly created tribe. For many, many details see

  5. Pay to play is the game:

    You'd get better portions for $25.00 at Ono's Hawaiian on Kapahulu and would not need to pay an arm and a leg for parking either! IMHO!

  6. Especially Incognito:

    Seems that one is the pot calling the kettle black.

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