Attorney General Janet Mills looked like the frontrunner as most of the Democratic field raced to the left to define themselves before a primary audience.
The fallout from Thursday’s development regarding ranked-choice voting in Maine is piling up.
The committee is headed into a big investigation of Maine’s child welfare system, but Beth Ashcroft has given lawmakers lots of time to find a replacement.
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.
It now feels like the 2018 campaign to is taking off in earnest, with two Democrats leaving the race since Friday and a Republican debate tonight in Waterville.
Supporters of ranked-choice voting in Maine have filed a lawsuit designed to guarantee the system is implemented in time for the June prmary, but not even RCV supporters can agree whether the lawsuit was necessary.
Many of the leading gubernatorial candidates appeared Wednesday evening during a debate in Portland that centered on public infrastructure challenges. It was an early look at the slate of candidates in what promises to be an intense and bruising primary.
The Democrat’s campaign has more debt than money raised, raising lots of questions about her priorities.
Gov. Paul LePage has taught us that money isn’t everything early in primaries. However, a new round of filings tells us a lot about hopefuls’ positions in their field.
Progressives are looking to Maine’s vote as a hopeful sign for the Affordable Care Act, but the expansion debate may stretch into the next governor’s tenure.