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VIDEO: Lingle Campaign Releases New TV Ad Focusing on Economy
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GOVERNOR LINDA LINGLE LAUNCHES NEW SPOT HIGHLIGHTING HER COMMITMENT TO IMPROVING HAWAII'S ECONOMY

News Release from www.Lingle2012.com June 25, 2012

HONOLULU - Governor Linda Lingle today released a new television/cable spot in her campaign for Hawaii's open U.S. Senate seat.

"Hawaii is a state of small business owners, unlike other states where you have some very large employers. Here we really are reliant on our smaller businesses," said Governor Lingle.

The spot, featuring several small business owners and community leaders from East Hawaii, highlights Governor Lingle's commitment to Hawaii's over 24,000 small businesses, that collectively are the lifeblood of the state's economy. As the video shows, Governor Lingle has a plan to encourage small businesses to thrive, create new jobs, and increase tourism.

Governor Lingle is endorsed by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the world's largest federation of small businesses. With members from Hawaii and throughout the country, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has over three million members nationwide.

You can view the new spot online here: The Economy - Small Business In Hawaii

It is also available on LL12, digital channel 110, on Oceanic Time Warner Cable. This landmark digital cable channel is dedicated solely to providing information about Governor Lingle's U.S. Senate campaign and informing voters of her solutions to the important issues facing Hawaii.

The cable channel is just one of the numerous platforms the Linda Lingle Senate campaign is utilizing to reach voters on their own time and in their home. The ever-evolving channel will be adding interactive programs in the weeks ahead which will provide Hawaii residents total access and availability to Governor Lingle 24/7.

For more information, please visit: www.lingle2012.com

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Message to Supporters June 25, 2012

While other candidates are playing politics, Governor Linda Lingle is laser-focused on strengthening our economy by creating a good business climate to help small businesses stimulate job growth here at home and across the nation.

Over her past 25 years in public service, Governor Lingle has been supported by small businesses, and this year she was endorsed by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

Governor Lingle recently outlined a plan for jump starting our economy, which was published in Pacific Business News. In case you missed it, please click here to view the article on our website.

To complement this important column, the campaign will begin tomorrow highlighting Governor Lingle's plan with the launch of her new television spot "The Economy - Small Business in Hawaii." You can view this video message by tuning in to LL12, digital cable channel 110, or click here. There are targeted spots for each island.

Friends, the number one issue in this election is jobs and the economy. Governor Lingle has the proven, executive experience to advocate for the over 24,000 small businesses in Hawaii, which are your friends, families, and neighbors. These job creators need an effective voice in the U.S. Senate, and Governor Lingle is the clear choice to be that voice. And remember, she is committed to always putting "people first."

Again, tune in to LL2012 (Channel 110) or visit lingle2012.com for more information.

Mahalo nui loa for your continued support,

Bob Lee


Campaign Manager

Linda Lingle Senate Committee

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