Panos is available for comment. Contact him directly at 383-5006
"Mr. Case’s recent newsletter clearly defines the people's choice for mayor in this upcoming election on September 18th:
"The people can vote for either (A) a machine candidate, or (B) a lawyer who supports a rail project he admits is fiscally irresponsible, OR (C) they can elect a civil engineer who has
promised to stop the rail project, repeal the rail tax, reduce congestion, and
fix Oahu’s infrastructure.
"We appreciate Mr. Case’s kind words for our candidacy. Though of course we disagree with his endorsement, he has laid out the choice for Honolulu’s voters quite clearly. If voters believe in supporting the political machine, they can vote for Mr. Caldwell.
"If voters believe Honolulu’s future is best served by a lawyer who strongly supports the $5.5 billion rail project which Mr. Carlisle himself admits is fiscally irresponsible because it will cost over
$800,000 to remove a single car from the road, then Peter Carlisle is their choice for mayor.
"If however voters believe, as Mr. Case states, that “the main job of Honolulu Mayor is to run core municipal services like police, fire, trash, sewage, transportation and water…” is best served by a civil engineer,
not a lawyer, and you believe that a $5.5 billion rail project that will cost over
$800,000 to remove a single car from the road is the wrong project at the wrong
time for our city, then Panos Prevedouros is the clear choice for Mayor.