Two Democrats — at least — are running to replace Attorney General Janet Mills and two Republicans are interested. It could be the most public campaign for the seat that Maine has seen in a while.
There will be hand-shaking and door-knocking ahead of Maine’s big primaries on Monday.
It’s not policy that Janet Mills and Adam Cote disagree on, it’s the past.
Those who sit among the fundraising leaders in legislative races so far are mostly a mix of primary and swing-district hopefuls.
Three Democrats are collaborating against Attorney General Janet Mills in the gubernatorial race and one Republican wants to go it alone in ranked-choice voting.
There were mixed results for progressives at the Democratic state convention, where gubernatorial candidates also previewed a strategy against front-runner Janet Mills.
The front-runner in the field is drawing criticism, but Democrats mostly agree on taxes while dividing on some of the specifics.
There are clear front-runners in the governor’s race, but there is also a lot of time and room for the election to move.
The bill’s Democratic sponsor has amended a so-called “red flag” bill in a bid to win more support, but a top Maine gun-rights group said it’s too late in the legislative session to make such a big change.
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.