If she runs, Lingle wants ‘strategy for victory’

Former Gov. Linda Lingle told fellow Hawai‘i Republicans at the party’s convention in Kaua‘i over the weekend that she would decide by the end of August whether to run for the U.S. Senate next year.

Civil Beat sat down with Lingle for an interview at the convention to talk about what issues she might campaign on in a national race, her views on mixing religion and politics and whether she regrets her veto of civil unions legislation in 2010.

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