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Election 2014: Abercrombie’s plan for next four years and beyond


At a news conference Wednesday at his Oahu campaign headquarters, Gov. Neil Abercrombie unveiled his plan for the next four years in the form of a 56-­page policy document titled “Charting Tomorrow.”

The comprehensive plan describes the foundation laid in the first four years and the vision for the state’s economy and fiscal management, education, the environment, and health and human services.

From infrastructure investments to early learning to the state’s clean energy transformation, “Charting Tomorrow” outlines the progress made in the first term and the opportunities ahead.

The full plan is available at:

“We’ve persevered through the most challenging economic period since the Great Depression, and we’re better off now because of the sacrifices and hard work that all of us shared,” said Abercrombie.

“This plan is a result of the lessons learned over the course of our first term and the input provided by the people of our state,” he said. “Together, we have an opportunity to keep moving Hawaii forward, to continue the course that we’ve charted, and to provide a brighter future for generations to come.”

Abercrombie took office in December 2010. Under his leadership, Hawaii now has a more hopeful future.

State finances have improved, the economy is healthier and more jobs have been created through investments to upgrade infrastructure.

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