Actually, right now it's just an "accomplishments" page containing a long list of things that either she has accomplished or have happened on her watch. Some are good:
Toughest in the nation campaign finance reform. Governor Rell demanded that the General Assembly pass tough, real reforms of our campaign finance system - including bans on campaign cash from special interests. The changes are considered a national model.
Some are a little embarrasing:
Connecticut's rank among New England states for job growth: No. 2, behind only Vermont. Connecticut's rate of job growth between July 2004 and July 2006 was 1.2 percent, tied with Massachusetts and second to Vermont's rate of 1.5 percent.At least it isn't negative... yet.
The Rell campaign promises new initiatives in the coming weeks:
A few of the highlights of Governor Rell's record are below. And in the coming weeks, Governor Rell will be outlining how she plans to build on that record of achievement - how she plans to continue keeping her promise of LEADERSHIP - INTEGRITY - RESULTS.
We'll see how that goes. Rell is at her best when she isn't proposing grand new schemes, but working on, refining and pushing existing ideas and plans. And frankly, John DeStefano can't wait for some new Rell plans, so he can start criticizing them. In fact, the DeStefano campaign already has a template ready to go:
DeStefano Press Release ____/____/2006:
John DeStefano today expressed his [disappointment/outrage/disbelief] at Gov. Rell's newest [crazy/narrow/dimwitted] proposal, _________________. DeStefano says that the proposal will [hurt/maim/sadden] the [poor/elderly/union workers/cute kittens] who do so much for our state, by robbing them of their [dignity/money/ability to vote Democratic].
Rell's proposal only helps [the rich/Wal-Mart/suburbanites], and doesn't [go far enough/cost nearly enough], says DeStefano, and compared the plan to his own plan for _______________, saying that his plan is superior because it [costs more/taxes the rich to feed the poor/is way cooler]. DeStefano calls on Rell to [hang her head in shame/go on vacation until November 8th/keep releasing these plans].
And so on.
The point is that Rell barely has to release plans for the future. In fact, she may be better off being as vague as possible, like Clinton was in 1996. People don't necessarily like her for her ideas. They like her because she's Jodi Rell. Why risk confusing people with new stuff?
Governor M. Jodi Rell: A Record of Accomplishment. Accessed 9/14/2006.