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Lingle, Hirono debate after 1-day break

By Oskar Garcia

Associated Press

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LAST UPDATED: 09:28 a.m. HST, Oct 18, 2012



U.S. Senate contenders Linda Lingle and Mazie Hirono are debating in front of a statewide television audience for the second time in three days.

A debate tonight on PBS marks the second of three debates in seven days in the race to replace U.S. Sen. Daniel Akaka, who is retiring.

U.S. Rep. Hirono has spent much of the campaign focusing on Lingle's ties to national Republicans.

Lingle is trying to convince voters of her bipartisan leadership abilities.

During a debate on Tuesday, Lingle said she differs from Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on immigration and his approach to China.

Hirono says her values as a Democrat are more in line with Hawaii and President Barack Obama.







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Maneki_Neko wrote:
I hope and pray that I do not get the word "Republican" in the Mazie Hirono Drinking Game. That would be a liver killer. Darn near dies when I got "collaborative" in the earlier debates.
on October 18,2012 | 10:11AM
loquaciousone wrote:
mom
on October 18,2012 | 10:17AM
hapaguy wrote:
lol...thats a good one!....you wouldn't want to get "bi-partisan" either.....
on October 18,2012 | 11:17AM
allie wrote:
Neither candidate impresses but I would vote mazie just because she does not try to hide her incompetence. Lingle does. More worrisome, she is not even a republican and will not represent Hawaii. She is owned by others
on October 18,2012 | 10:16AM
Pacej001 wrote:
Now there's a bumper sticker in you post: Vote Hirono, Proudly incompetent!
on October 18,2012 | 04:36PM
64hoo wrote:
if you votefor mazie then you hate our country, hate our military. and hate those that sacrifice there lives in war so you can live free and say what you want. mazie is an american hater when she and abercrombie and obamas mother protested and spit on sodiers and put there fist in the air when vietnam vets came home. she still hates the military and our country so go on board an vote for her which means you hate your country too. oh i forgot you were not born yet when this protesting took place. now you do so vote for lingle if you love your country.
on October 18,2012 | 09:25PM
DowntownGreen wrote:
Wow.... just wow.
on October 18,2012 | 10:21PM
NITRO08 wrote:
WHAT! HELLO ANYBODY HOME!
on October 19,2012 | 06:50AM
ross13moon wrote:
Who cares? after all the campianing and debating, the voters have enough information to make a choice...we know who these two individuals are, their records and what they stand for...only the BRAIN DEAD would want this Circus to continue
on October 18,2012 | 10:34AM
Grimbold wrote:
The amount of distorting and misleading advertising mainly by Democrats, their democrat political action groups and unions is staggering and mind blowing. Lingle is much more qualified than Hirono.
on October 18,2012 | 01:05PM
hapaguy wrote:
I don't know if Lingle is more qualified but one thing we know for sure is that Lingle is a liar. She got caught in her lie regarding her speech in 2002 to the state GOP convention where she said "Bush was the greatest President ever"...lol
on October 18,2012 | 05:54PM
hawaiikone wrote:
I know you'd never give an honest reply, but I bet back in 2002 you thought pretty highly of Bush too. This country had been hit hard and we were rallying together with him as our leader. Easy to generate commentaries based on hindsight.
on October 18,2012 | 08:49PM
DowntownGreen wrote:
You're not actually thinking any of them would admit her lie publicly, do you? They will obfuscate and deflect, but they won't acknowledge the truth staring them in the face.
on October 18,2012 | 10:24PM
NITRO08 wrote:
SAME SAME HER AND MITTENS WHO IS ALWAYS LYING!
on October 19,2012 | 06:51AM
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