It has been a quiet summer by LePage standards. That may change as we approach the 90-day mark before the election to replace him.
A legislative session that was set to end this week is in chaos, with spats over old and new bonds and a purported 11th-hour proposal from the governor to fund Medicaid expansion.
The new fight, made public on Wednesday, was an unexpected hurdle to the Legislature’s already fraught special session.
The Republicans have a gubernatorial nominee, ranked-choice voting is here to stay and a candidate with a suspended law license won a district attorney primary in western Maine.
Maine legislators got some work done on Wednesday, but they still have more to do and left the State House on a sour note.
U.S. Rep. Chellie Pingree shouldn’t fret yet, but ranked-choice voting could give an independent a shot at knocking her off.
The Legislature’s budget-writing committee has set a time to go over unfinished work on Wednesday. What isn’t set is a deal.
Lame-duck Gov. Paul LePage is hitting the campaign trail for a U.S. Senate candidate in Massachusetts.
The governor says the Democratic gubernatorial candidate is “not telling the truth” in a new ad that references a fight with his office.
The Maine Republican Party’s state convention may begin with a tense tribute on Friday before candidates wrangle on-stage tomorrow.