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A water expert I know complained last week that the candidates for governor haven’t said a word about water, one of the state’s biggest issues. But you can name about any subject and come to the same conclusion.
Instead, the candidates have chosen to wrangle over perverts and who’s running the dirtier campaign. It’s surprising that Diane Denish would start with crime, which is Martinez’s strength, instead of her own, which is business and the economy.
In search of substance, I went to the candidates’ Web sites to get their thoughts on the economy, a subject voters actually want to hear about.
Here’s where they agree: Permitting and licensing should be more customer-friendly, and they would improve state government loan programs to small business.
At susanamartinez2010.com you’ll have to wade through a lot of ranting before you get to her proposals. (Note to Susana Martinez’s communications people: Come to the point!) Then you’ll find a mixed bag of good ideas, conservative boilerplate, and oddball notions that reveal she has a few things to learn.
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