Kevin Raye and Bruce Poliquin, two GOP 2nd Congressional District hopefuls, got early nods from the National Republican Congressional Committee on Thursday, a sign that top party leaders in D.C. think both candidates stand a chance at winning the open seat. Raye, a former Maine Senate President from Perry, and Poliquin, a former State Treasurer […]
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