By Justin Sink
Ironically, Young also cited bipartisanship in his initial endorsement of Hirono.
“While Mazie and I don’t see eye to eye on everything, we’ve done something too many people in Washington refuse to cross the aisle and do: We’ve worked together,” Young said. “If you’re looking for a United States senator who doesn’t just talk about bipartisanship but actually knows how to work with Republicans and Democrats to get things done, Mazie HironoMazie HironoOvernight Finance: McConnell offers 'clean' funding bill | Dems pan proposal | Flint aid, internet measure not included | More heat for Wells Fargo | New concerns on investor visas Senate Dems call for investigation into Wells Fargo's wage practices Man arrested for allegedly threatening Hawaii Dems MORE will be that senator.”
Hirono is favored to carry the seat for Democrats, and in a poll released in late September by the Honolulu Civil Beat and MRG, held a 55-39 percent lead over Lingle.