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Allow me to make a bold prediction.

Voter turnout for Maine’s 2014 Primary Elections on June 10 will be absolutely dismal.

Taxpayers across Maine will spend hundreds of thousands of dollars for an absolute non-event; an utter waste of time and resources, all in the name of a Democratic process that doesn’t work without a contest. 342 more words

All Along The Watchtower

Governor Paul LePage continues to lead his two rivals for the Blaine House on Facebook, picking up 341 new likes for his re-election campaign page…

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Maine Politics

"LePage Vetoes Medicaid Expansion For All The Wrong Reasons": Maine's Paul LePage Is One Uninformed And Paranoid Governor

Maine’s Democratic state House Speaker, Mark Eves, noted the circumstances this week surrounding Medicaid expansion. “We have a bipartisan plan for life-saving health care for tens of thousands of Mainers,” he said. 477 more words

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Update: Tracking the Campaigns

Governor Paul LePage made the greatest gains on Facebook over the last two weeks, but his Democratic challenger Mike Michaud led the three-man race on Twitter with a 5 percent jump in followers. 269 more words

Maine Politics

Times Record: LePage's train proposal wasn't shared with MRRA (March 26, 2014)

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Gov. Paul LePage’s proposal to site Amtrak’s rail maintenance facility near Brunswick Landing would benefit businesses if it also included a multimodal freight facility, Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority’s director said Tuesday. 1,069 more words

Maine

Social media and Maine's gubernatorial campaign

Despite all the hoopla about the power of social media tools in political campaigns, what metrics can we use to determine if those tools are effective? 556 more words

Maine Politics

Times Record: Branding Maine (March 11, 2014)

Gov. Paul LePage chose Brunswick Landing to unveil his “Open For Business Zones” plan Monday in an appearance long on campaign themes, short on particulars; long on anecdotes, short on evidence. 629 more words

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