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George H.W. Bush and Barbara Bush endorse Paul LePage in Maine

Maine Gov. Paul LePage was given the seal of approval by two of his state’s best-known summertime residents: George H.W. Bush and his wife, Barbara. 195 more words


Mayor McCheese Costumes Hottest Sellers In Maine As Election Day Approaches

With both Halloween and Election Day on the horizon, Modern Philosophers, could Mainers be showing their political preferences with their Halloween costumes?

According to figures supplied by the All Hallows Society, which oversees all aspects of Maine’s Halloween Season, sales of Mayor McCheese costumes are outpacing those of Governor LePage by a 4 to 1 margin. 474 more words


Just for fun

With just three weeks to go before the election, I thought it was time to revisit the social media pages of all three gubernatorial candidates to take a quick glance at some of their analytics. 365 more words

Maine Politics

Evaluating the Ads -- LePage (R) vs. Michaud (D) vs. Cutler (I)

“Evaluating the Ads” takes us to Maine where there is a three-way race for Governor.  Governor Paul LePage (R) is running for re-election against Congressman Mike Michaud (D) 109 more words

General Political Science

YouTube needs more ads

No, I don’t want a greater quantity of ads. It annoys me as much as the next viewer when a one-minute video has a preroll ad, or when a podcast-length video has between three and six ads. 161 more words


Nap Debate Might Be Swing Issue In Maine Gubernatorial Election

The calendar turns to October tomorrow, Modern Philosophers, which means that Election Day is a lot closer than we realize.

The Maine Gubernatorial Race has given us some very entertaining headlines, and spirited back and forth between the two main candidates, Governor Paul LePage and challenger Mayor McCheese. 553 more words


Significant recent polls

Here is an update on some significant recent polls on political races around the country.

First, a CNN poll in North Carolina showed Republican nominee Thom Tillis still trailing incumbent Democratic Sen. 232 more words