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Tuesday, October 23, 2012
After Debate, Nearly 70% Say Djou Wins
By News Release @ 7:45 PM :: 9309 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics



Last night, in our first televised debate, Charles unmistakably prevailed over our opponent.  Charles offered a clear vision for Hawai’i: create jobs here at home by strengthening our small businesses and build a better future for our children by reducing out of control spending in Washington. 

If you have just three minutes, we invite you to watch for yourself the unedited closing statement given by both Charles and our opponent here.

We need your help right now.  There are only 14 short days until the Election.  Every penny you contribute will immediately go toward keeping our commercials on air and continuing our fight to make sure we have good leaders, like Charles, in Congress.

Charles convincingly explained that Hawaii and America can change and change for the better.  Charles wants every child to grow up in a community and country defined by the size of their dreams, not the size of the debt we leave them.  An unscientific poll taken by KHON after the debate showed that nearly 70% of the viewers plan to vote for Charles.  This mirrors a similar poll taken by Pacific Business News last week and reflects the real momentum building for our campaign for an upset victory on Election Day.

This is why this election is so important and why we need your help today.

Mahalo for your support and please share Charles' closing remarks from last night's debate with as many people as you can.  This debate clearly shows voters first hand that Charles deserves to be our next congressman.


Team Djou 



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