Political Radar

'Call me Shan'

June 19th, 2014

Lt. Gov. Shan Tsutsui has a new TV commercial in his re-election campaign against a host of challengers, most notably state Sen. Clayton Hee (D, Heeia-Laie-Wailalua).

The 30-second spot highlights a perceived weakness: lack of name recognition.




4 Responses to “'Call me Shan'”

  1. Especially Incognito:

    "The Shan people, Southeast Asian ethnic group inhabiting Myanmar
    The Shan language
    Dai people, also known as Shan, ethnic group in China
    Shanrong (山戎), term for "mountain barbarian" in Shanxi, Hubei in northern China
    Shan (surname), or 单 in Chinese, a Chinese surname
    Shan, a variant of the Welsh given name usually spelt Siân
    Darren Shan, children's author
    MC Shan, rapper
    Liu Shan, second emperor of Shu Han during the Three Kingdoms period." Wikipedia

  2. Old School Dave:

    Clayton Hee is positioning himself for the Governor's job in a few years. Just wait and see.

  3. Gerald de Heer:

    Politcal Ad of the season...so far.

  4. Mary A. Wilkowski:

    Best commercial of the season! Love it!!!

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