Honolulu businessman Dennis Mitsunaga has now spent more than $62,000 to defend his name against attacks made by the Pacific Resource Partnership. That tally increased this week when Mitsunaga ran two full page ads in the Star-Advertiser calling on PRP Executive Director John White to take a lie detector test.
“I hereby challenge John White to take a polygraph test to prove that the money was used for legitimate purposes and that he did not simply pocket the money for his personal use. I also offer to pay for the test.”
White has called Mitsunaga a central player in the play-for-play culture that the PRP leader contends plagued former Gov. Ben Cayetano’s administration.
PRP is a partnership between the Hawaii Carpenters Union and local contractors. It has been running a series of attack ads criticizing Cayetano, who is now a candidate in the race for Honolulu mayor.
Cayetano, who is the frontrunner in the race, plans to kill the $5.26 billion rail project if he’s elected.
—Nick Grube …
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