The fallout from Thursday’s development regarding ranked-choice voting in Maine is piling up.
Gov. Paul LePage lobbed an insult at a federal judge for allowing a lawsuit against President Donald Trump move forward.
The Senate president said he’s now “looking at the field to determine which one of these folks is most committed to working with the Legislature.”
The Republican governor wants to make Maine a “right to work” state and make certain non-citizens ineligible for welfare benefits, but those proposals most likely aren’t going anywhere.
Data from the Maine Department of Corrections contradicts Gov. Paul LePage’s argument that Downeast Correctional Facility is more expensive to run than any other prison facility in Maine.
This year’s primary elections feature some interesting face-offs, and not just in the governor’s race.
History isn’t on the side of George Gervais’ appointment to the Maine State Housing Authority after Democrats voted him down on a legislative panel last week.
At stake is whether Maine will vote again on ranked-choice voting in June and use it for primaries held on that same day.
The Senate president has called for an investigation into the state’s response to the death, but the attorney general is stressing caution during an open investigation.
There’s an insider vs. outsider battle brewing in the Republican gubernatorial primary about the claim to the term-limited governor’s legacy.