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Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Abercrombie: We can’t go back
By News Release @ 11:42 PM :: 5118 Views :: Hawaii State Government, Politicians

News Release from Abercrombie Campaign

Aloha,    July 30, 2014

Serving as your governor has been a tremendous honor and privilege. During our first term, we’ve had to make tough choices amid challenging circumstances, but through it all, we’ve never lost sight of our goal to restore hope to Hawai‘i.

Over the past four years, we’ve persevered through the most challenging economic period since the Great Depression. We’re better off now, and this turnaround was made possible by the sacrifices and hard work that all of us shared.

Together, we have an opportunity to continue the course that we’ve charted. We can’t go back. Here is our plan to provide a brighter future for generations to come, Charting Tomorrow.

This plan is a result of lessons learned over the course of our first term. It was developed by a team of Hawai‘i’s best and brightest, whom I am proud to have as cabinet members of our Administration. And, it was refined through input provided by the people of our state.

With your support, we can create a Hawai‘i for future generations that will be even better than what we inherited from our kūpuna. We must keep moving Hawai‘i forward. Let’s do this together. I know we can succeed.

Neil Abercrombie


PDF: Charting Tomorrow: A Plan For a Brighter Future in Hawai‘i


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