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Thursday, July 12, 2012
Lingle Campaign Raises $1.1M in Two Months
By News Release @ 10:25 PM :: 5191 Views :: Energy, Environment

GOVERNOR LINGLE REPORTS SECOND QUARTER FUNDRAISING  

News Release from www.Lingle2012.com  

HONOLULU - Former Governor Linda Lingle's U.S. Senate campaign committee today announced its second-quarter 2012 fundraising totals, which hit the campaign's expectations and goals.

The campaign raised $1,134,588 between April 1 and June 30, 2012, bringing the total funds raised in this election to $4,252,839.37.

"I am very grateful for the strong financial and grassroots support the people of Hawaii and across the country continue to show for my campaign. Over the past nine months, I have visited with families and small businesses statewide who are eager for leadership that will encourage private sector growth in our local and national economy.  My experience as a proven leader tested by challenging times, and my commitment to always putting Hawaii's people first, is resonating with supporters," said Governor Linda Lingle.

"As our campaign's momentum builds toward Election Day - just 117 days from now - I am honored and humbled that many new supporters have joined our efforts this past quarter. People from across the state have put their faith and trust in me because they know I will bring executive and common-sense leadership to our nation's capital to make the difficult decisions Congress has delayed for too long," Governor Lingle added. "The easy decisions have already been made; it's the tough ones that must be made beginning in January when the new 113th Congress convenes.  And, as I continue to say, 'these are not Democrat or Republican problems we must overcome; they are American problems,'" Governor Lingle concluded.

A complete quarterly fundraising report was filed with the Federal Elections Commission by the Linda Lingle Senate Committee according to federal campaign regulations. Copies of the report can be acquired through the FEC.

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