Cynthia Thielen

Thursday, September 28, 2006

This time last week, I was not a U.S. Senate candidate. And now, there are only 40 days to run a campaign. I am excited and ready to take on the challenge. With a lot of support from family and people throughout Hawaii, we are ready to go.

I am putting my heart, soul and passion into this race, because it is the chance to represent the State of Hawaii and its citizens. This is about helping their voices be heard in Washington D.C. and about making a difference in their lives and the lives of their children. It's about standing up for the issues I feel so strongly about and changing our nation for a better tomorrow. The issues I stand behind, especially that our country must replace its oil dependency with renewable energy alternatives, are critical in ensuring a bright future for all.

I will not be a passive candidate. As I have done as a State Representative for 16 years, I will be talking personally with voters, working to improve our schools and facilities, addressing the key renewable energy issues with groups and thanking the large number of people who are calling and emailing with their support.

There are signs to be made. There are media interviews to be conducted. There are press releases to be written. There are events to be organized. There are lots of people to meet. There are phone calls to be made. There are many hours to be put in.

I have the energy and experience and am up to the challenge. This is a race we can win!


  • I'm glad to see you blogging; more Republicans ought to -- because if nothing else, they are clearly the superior communicators -- in this age in which direct communications with the public is possible.

    All that used to be controlled by the Old Media who could suppress and distort -- as their freedom of expression but allowing no one else theirs. That's what they don't like about President Bush and Governor Lingle -- as well as yourself and quite a number of other Republicans -- that they do an excellent job of communicating directly with people, eliminating the need for all the (inter)media(ries,) who have their own agendas.

    It's called "disintermediation" -- but those involved, will try to deny and suppress it for as long as they breathe -- which is the problem of education in Hawaii -- really learning not to learn.

    By Blogger Mike Hu, at 8:06 AM  

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