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INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAII is a regularly scheduled news interview program. During this election season, PBS Hawaii will provide our trademark, loosely structured live format, featuring candidates discussing issues of community interest. PBS Hawaii exercises sole control over the format of the program. Depending on the number of candidates and newsworthy issues in a given race, there are practical limitations as to the number of candidates who can participate. PBS Hawaii's decisions in presenting INSIGHTS are based on good-faith journalistic judgment in providing a conversation that will best serve the public interest.
Election 2014: Honolulu City Council Districts 4 and 6
Thursday, Aug. 21, 8:00 pm
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On the next Insights on PBS Hawaii, host Mahealani Richardson talks with the top
two contenders for Honolulu City Council District 4 and District 6, who now face
a run-off election in the General on November 4. The candidates in District 4,
Tommy Waters and Trevor Ozawa, are vying to represent the area from East Honolulu
to Waikiki, a district left without an incumbent after Stanley Chang launched his
unsuccessful bid for U.S. Congress. In District 6, incumbent Carol Fukunaga and
challenger Sam Aiona are running to represent the area including Makiki, Punchbowl
and Kalihi. The candidates share why the feel they are the most qualified to represent
their districts, and discuss traffic, homelessness, development and other issues facing
INSIGHTS on PBS Hawaii is a live public affairs show that broadcasts at 8 p.m. on Thursdays and rebroadcasts at 2 p.m. Sundays.