Quantcast

Friday, October 24, 2014         

 Print   Email   Most Popular   Save   Post   Retweet

Hannemann supporter among those who paid for Island Values radio ad

By Associated Press

POSTED:
LAST UPDATED: 03:01 p.m. HST, Sep 09, 2010



Five Honolulu residents financed a radio ad that criticized Democratic gubernatorial candidate Neil Abercrombie for not declaring a religious affiliation.

The ad aired on Christian-format stations and was sponsored by a group called Island Values.

Its deputy treasurer is Honolulu lawyer Kenneth Wong, who sat on an exploratory committee that was established last year for Abercrombie's rival, Democrat Mufi Hannemann.

The group's financial report filed with the state Thursday showed that Wong contributed $1,000 in mid-August. Four others each gave the same, including Outrigger Hotels executive Melvin Kaneshige and Ernest Lum, a construction company executive.

The report does not list spending for a flier that Hannemann has disavowed.






 Print   Email   Most Popular   Save   Post   Retweet

IN OTHER NEWS
Breaking News
Blogs
Small Talk
Handcuffs

Political Radar
Sued

Political Radar
Closer

Warrior Beat
Thursday’s notes

Political Radar
Instrumental