A state lawmaker raises concern about conservative activist and UMaine trustees nominee Susan Dench’s “expressed views” on gender.
Eight Republican candidates and two Democratic candidates for the House of Representatives have dropped out of their respective races, eating into the GOP’s efforts to portray its slate of candidates as strong heading into the November election. Most of the GOP drop-outs were in urban districts where historically, Republicans have had little or no chance […]
Call it the year of the political thrillers in Maine, though how thrilled you are probably depends on your political persuasion. Ray Richardson, a conservative talk radio host on WLOB, has announced the imminent release of a new book titled “Governor Paul LePage: Rebuilding Maine’s Future.” That’s what it says on the book’s cover, though […]
Political advertisements in the run up to the November election are beginning to blanket the airwaves as local and national groups who have vowed for months to funnel money to Maine are writing checks. With Labor Day around the corner, the campaigns are about to reach a feverish pace and I’m comfortable making the prediction […]
In a letter dated Tuesday, Gov. Paul LePage implored NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to change the league’s policy on punishment for players who commit acts of domestic violence, and urged Goodell to atone for perceived leniency by making a big donation to an anti-domestic violence group. “I urge you to take the life-and-death matter of […]
Gov. Paul LePage, who campaigned on creating jobs and improving Maine’s economy, put up a sign on Interstate 95 in Kittery shortly after his election that read “Open for Business.” It was posted below the long-standing sign that all Mainers are familiar with: “Welcome to Maine, The Way Life Should Be.” A sign is just a sign, and […]
Democrat Shenna Bellows, the former ACLU of Maine director who opposes Republican Sen. Susan Collins in the race to represent Maine in the U.S. Senate, took to the television airwaves Wednesday for the third time in her campaign. Bellows, a long-shot candidate against the popular incumbent Collins in both the polls and money race, is […]
In his first television advertisement of the election season, Democrat Mike Michaud addressed political attacks that are building against him in the gubernatorial race by emphasizing his mill worker roots and taking a tacit swipe at Republican Gov. Paul LePage’s leadership style. The 30-second spot, which will hit the airwaves on Tuesday, starts with an […]