The Difference? Watch This Debate, Before You Vote
Last Thursday, in the only televised statewide debate she agreed to, my opponent said this was your chance to "see the differences" between us.
It was exactly that. The difference between addressing and avoiding the issues, answering and ducking the questions, facing up to challenges and kicking them down the road.
This difference truly matters. In who has the ability and strength to stand up to Linda Lingle in the general, and to get the job done for us all in the U. S. Senate over a generation.
But don't take my word for it. Watch our debate for yourself , before you vote.
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We are just 12 days away from the August 11th primary. All voters can vote the Democratic ballot, and we ask for your vote there to send us on to the general.
If you earlier requested an absentee ballot by mail, you should have it now. You can still request one up to this Saturday, August 4th.
Absentee walk-in voting starts today and runs through August 9th at locations around the state.
For information on absentee mail or walk-in voting or anything else, please check out the Hawai'i Office of Elections website, or else call your county clerk or Elections at 453-VOTE (O'ahu) or 1-800-442-VOTE (elsewhere). Or, ask us and we'll find out for you.
You can help us now by forwarding this enewsletter to your address list and asking them to watch our one debate. Talk to your friends, family and neighbors about why you choose strong effective leadership in the U. S. Senate.
It is truly you that will make that difference on August 11.
Mahalo and aloha,
PS: If you liked what you saw in the debate, can you help us through these next 12 days with a contribution and your volunteer kokua? Many thanks!