The Maine senator has been tight-lipped this week on the rapid developments around the Supreme Court nominee. She’ll have to decide on him today.
The FBI has delivered a confidential report on sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, which may force the undecided Maine senator to make up her mind on him by tomorrow.
Outside spending is rising in Maine races and while the legislative map is still hard to gauge, battleground districts are lighting up.
Neither U.S. Rep. Bruce Poliquin or Republican gubernatorial nominee Shawn Moody will be at the event, but a fundraising boost from the president’s son could still help them.
Good morning from Augusta, which was far from the center of Maine’s political universe on Thursday. The day’s major political drama unfolded during almost nine hours of testimony before a U.S. Senate panel by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and professor Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her while they were […]
The Maine senator hasn’t yet joined two Republicans calling for a delay in Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination after a woman came forward publicly to back her claim that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her in high school.
While Mainers age 50 and older are about as starkly divided on the rest of us about who to vote for, they agree on lots of policy outcomes.
Gov. Paul LePage wants the federal government to reject the state’s Medicaid expansion application. Advocates say it may not be able to and see other legal problems with the governor’s move.
Many Democrats would like an independent gubernatorial candidate to drop out, fearing that she’ll hand the governor’s mansion to another Republican.
Democrats have little power to stop a replacement and while U.S. Sen. Susan Collins is eyed as a potential swing vote, she hasn’t shown much appetite yet for bucking her party on the issue.