Political Radar

When everybody knows your name

August 6th, 2014

In the last week of the campaign, Lt. Gov. Shan Tsutsui has a new ad playing off his previous ad in which no one knew how to say his name.

Tsutsui faces a challenge for the lieutenant governorship from state Sen. Clayton Hee.

The primary election is Saturday.



4 Responses to “When everybody knows your name”

  1. Chicken Grease:

    Mmmph. Now's not the time to be silly if you're in a dead heat AND refuse to debate with an obvious reason. Those girls might end up crying, "daddy why you lose?"

    There's one name . . . a Grease and the rest of youse probably can't seem to see:

    Yeah. "Seems" can never see, well, either of 'em. 😐

  2. innocent observer:

    since he did nothing during his term as LG, so cannot tout any accomplishments but get people to pronounce his name correctly. smell an upset in this race. at least his current boss and he can console each other.

  3. kamaaina808:

    I don't think the ad was silly at all. It was miles better than Hee's negative whining ad, garrans.

  4. innocent observer:

    not a hee supporter but shan is so stupid to spend almost $2 million for his unused office on maui and he believes he deserves it. he does not deserve nothing, he was not elected by the people but he has no compunctions about spending the taxpayers" money for no good reason.

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