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Missed deadline

July 23rd, 2014

Gov. Neil Abercrombie and Lt. Gov. Shan Tsutsui were among the 2014 candidates for office who failed to file their financial disclosure statements on time and will face a $25 fine from the state Ethics Commission, the commission said Tuesday .

The financial disclosure statements include information about a candidate's sources of income, business ownership interests, debts, real property ownership, officer and director positions in various businesses and other financial information.

A total of 130 of 203 candidates filed by last Friday's deadline, the Commission said.

The Ethics Commission is in the process of posting all financial disclosure statements and once completed will post them online at: http://ethics.hawaii.gov.

The complete list of candidates who missed the filing deadline, provided by the Ethics Commission:

Candidates for governor:
Neil Abercrombie*
Charles (Trump) Collins
Jeff Davis*
Mufi Hannemann
Van K. (Tanaban) Tanabe

Candidates for lieutenant governor:
Cynthia (Lahi) Marlin
Myles Shiratori*
Shan S. Tsutsui*

Candidates for state Senate:
Terez M. Amato
Raymond Banda, III
Norman Kaaipohaku J. Brown
Richard Lee Fale
Brickwood Galuteria
Gilbert Kahele
Joe Kamaka
Colleen Meyer*
Randy Roman, Jr.

Candidates for state House:
Kalei Akaka
Karen L. Awana
Pat Brock*
Rida Cabanilla*
Isaiah Nahakuokeola Chong
Isaac W. Choy
Luella Costales*
Roy Ebert
Cindy Evans
Kent K. Fonoimoana*
Cedric Asuega Gates
Faye Pua Hanohano*
Sharon E. Har
Mark Jun Hashem*
Dylan Hooser
Linda E. Ichiyama
Kaniela Ing
Brian F. Jordan
Butch Kahawai*
Jarrett K. Keohokalole
Bertrand (Bert) Kobayashi
Sam Kong
Jon A. Lalanne
Chris Lee*
Marilyn B. Lee
Gene (Bucky) Leslie
Matthew LoPresti
Nicole Lowen
Chayne M. Marten
Rose Martinez
Victoria Elizabeth Mathieu
Bob McDermott*
Angus L. McKelvey
Edwin L.P. Miranda
John M. Mizuno
Kana Naipo
Scott Y. Nishimoto
Marcus R. Oshiro*
Julia K. Peleiholani
LuAnn M. Poti
Randy Ruiz
Joy A. Sanbuenaventura
Lei Sharsh*
Roy M. Takumi
Gary Thomas
James Kunane Tokioka
Clifton K. (Clift) Tsuji
Justin Woodson*

Candidates for Office of Hawaiian Affairs Trustee:
Rowena M.N. Akana
Lahilahi Desoto-McCollough*
T. Keikialoha Kekipi
Carmen Hulu Lindsey
Keali’i Makekau
Alona N. Quartero
Lorraine Pualani Shin-Penn
Mililani B. Trask

* - Indicates the candidate’s financial disclosure statement was received after the statutory deadline.



9 Responses to “Missed deadline”

  1. Chicken Grease:

    $25? $25. Are you kidding a Grease?

    Must be nice to be filthy rich and faced only with that amount of a fine.

    By the way, KITV4's airing the final debate for the Mark Takai Vote count Landslide/Invitational for U.S. House of Representative seat, so, tune in and see if his opponents aren't yet discouraged. Should be a hoot.

    8:00 - 9:00 pm.
    Streaming live on KITV.com
    Ch. 4
    Oceanic basic cable 6
    Oceanic digital cable 86
    HD Channel 1004

  2. karen:

    Mark better not count his chickens before they have hatched. He is a light weight and if Kim or Anderson bring their A game tonight and go after him, he will choke!

  3. kamaaina808:

    @ EI: Hahaha

  4. Chicken Grease:

    Ewwwww. Looks like Donna Mercado "li'l" Kim choked just now (if you want a "choker" here; read "Joker"), having admitted to an "overthrow of the Hawaiian government" [WAHHHHHHH WAHHHHH WAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH].

    Takai giving good solid answers; nothing he's saying needs to be deleted.

  5. innocent observer:

    Karen - takai is not a lightweight, he has more knowledge and class than both Anderson and kim combined. he is not a bully like Anderson and kim, but he stands up for his beliefs. by the way, how can b candidates have A games?

  6. hossana:

    Mark Takai looks like a puppet. You pull the strings and his mouth opens. You slacken the string and his mouth closes. You pull the strings, he blinks his eyes. You pull the strings, he stares straight ahead like he is in a trance or have just taken botox which looks like he just did in his swollen face........oh, my goodness.....is he REAL!!!

  7. Chicken Grease:

    No, no, no, no. CUT!

    hosanna, eek, thought we we're pals! I say every Sunday. Listen. Takai is the best of 'em in:

    planning for the future and for the public good. You know, simply put, Takai brings back what truly is crossing the t's and dotting the i's. Takai is unlike many politicians in that he will do for the good of the public even it means marring his political career -- that, in fact, is why he's been around for so long. Look at how much he wins by in his district -- even after redistricting, heck, he got even MORE votes, which was against Inouye's (yes, THAT great Senator Inouye upon whom Hana[not my]USA INSISTS on leaning]), like, niece or something.

    Brought in Federal funds for the RIGHT things. And that makes Takai someone of whom the late Senator can be proud.

    Listen to Takai's impact fee idea. It's BRILLIANT.

    He really cares for people. He teach to fish AND give a fish, and will do at a low cost.

    You looking for the first Asian-American U.S. President? That's Takai

    Hear, hear RE: Ikaika Anderson, innocent observer. A Grease doesn't think he -- along with many other voters -- wants HIM to be one of the first faces of Hawaiian ancestry with a political job up in Washington.

    What the heck is with Manahan? We cannot have a babbling mumbler in Washington. Chang better understand, uh, Schatz taking care of Soc' Security, hello. And Xian, "oh I don't take corporate funds" yayyy, THAT should get her elected.

    And Donna "l'll" Kim, for Crickey. Where was that "I can go and see (pardon the pun) Stevie Wonder concert" fire?!?! She has lost that.

    All them minus Takai look like they should dress up in Batman villain garb. Oi.

    Just vote Takai. You will regret if you don't. Cripes, a Grease gotta do all ya'll thinking?

  8. KamaainaKid:

    I'm for Takai too but not as partisan as ChickenGrease. Takai would be strongest Demo against Charles Djou and negate Djou's background as a veteran.

  9. Hawaiino:

    I'm not getting the concern with Dijou. Hasn't ever shown he can win a 2 horse race in a General....his short stay in the House 1st was based on a plurality. Beating him in November is NOT the point, it's choosing the best of the Dems in the Primary for whatever reason (s) are most important to you.

    I'm supporting Donna Kim. There's a reason Kim leads the polls and it's due to her years of service and a reputation based on a "no-holds-barred" intelligence. When involved at the Senate level she was one of my worst fears regarding preparing my testimony. A grilling from her though would at least be "fair", that is on point....unlike other noted Chairs who would bring the heat for any and all reasons.
    My involvement with Takai in the House did not lead me to see him as ascendant...I like his age and ambition, I'm just not seeing the rest of it. His candidacy is being hurt by all the other "boyz", and if you're a Civil Beatie and want to Occupy Fort Street, Xian. The 10-15% aggregate they're earning will hurt Takai most and put Sen Kim over the top, methinks.

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