This may be an off-year in the election cycle, but Mainers will be faced with at least one referendum on November’s ballot — an effort to reform the state’s campaign finance laws and stiffen penalties for those who break them. Earlier this month, a ballot question committee calling itself “Mainers for Accountable Elections” registered with […]
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