Candidates that don’t show up, don’t deserve your vote.
In approximately two weeks, the first round of absentee ballots will be mailed out for the general election. Like many in the community, my mind is still not totally made up as to who I will be voting for the Kauai County Council or for mayor. As mentioned in my last column on Sept. 26, I have settled on at least four of my council choices (“4 Excellent Choices for Kauai County Council”).
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Kagawa was probably out cursing or insulting someone and was a no show…Didn’t want him then, don’t want him now… Not sure why anyone would vote for that guy… If he can’t show up for a simple question answer session, how will we trust him to show up for important work for Kauai? Oh wait, he wants to be there “forever” and still curse and insult people in a most unprofessional manner…
I have paid attention to what the incumbents have said and/or did while conducting council business. I can say while I would like to hear what they have to say on certain issues, it is what they did while serving on the council that speaks loudest. So I don’t need as much as I would need on the New comers trying to be a councilman because these people have no track record. They need to attend these meetings more so. So while I would appreciate all candidates participating, I already have alot of information on the incumbents. A lot of information.
I agree with Mr. Hooser. Do you, sir, have the same information on the incumbents that I do? That, other than Mason Chock, the incumbents who are running again for Council leave something to be desired in terms of fair unbiased representation of Kauai residents?