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Friday, February 3, 2012
New Lingle Advert -- Bipartisanship: It's in Hawaii's Best Interest
By Video @ 3:42 AM :: 5370 Views :: Energy, Environment


Bipartisanship: It's in Hawaii's Best Interest

HONOLULU - Former Hawaii Governor and current U.S. Senate candidate Linda Lingle released today a new video spot highlighting her commitment to bipartisanship.

With Congressional approval ratings at an all-time low, it is absolutely critical that our next U.S. Senator have the experience and leadership to break through the partisan gridlock and find solutions to create more jobs and stimulate the economy. Gov. Lingle's proven record and commitment to bipartisanship are essential to accomplishing this goal at home and across the nation.

Always putting Hawaii's "people first," Gov. Lingle believes that the most effective means to overcoming the challenges facing our state and country are common-sense solutions. In this spot on bipartisanship, Gov. Lingle explains that her commitment to bipartisanship puts people over politics, allowing her to make a decision based on what is best for our communities.

Gov. Lingle points out her service as a founding member of the Governor's Council of the Bipartisan Policy Center, a leading national think tank. Members of the Governor's Council focus on building bipartisan support for solutions to issues facing our country.

The first step toward building solutions to spur job creation and the economy is to look at the merits of a solution as opposed to which party proposed it, according to Governor Lingle. In her words, "if what is being proposed is good for Hawaii, in the long term, I am for it. If it's not in our interest, I will fight against it, no matter who proposed it."

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