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Tax, Entitlement Reform Question Heads Toward Maine Ballot

December 10, 2015


Andy Torbett (meconservativevoice@gmail.com) writes from Atkinson, Maine. (read full bio)

Maine voters will get a chance to vote directly on significant tax and entitlement spending reforms proposed by Gov. 300 more words


Nottingham Returns

It’s perplexing, at best, to find that a villain so reviled and mocked throughout history has gained such an ardent admirer here in the State of Maine. 702 more words


Money for nothing

There were a few lessons to be learned this week for campaign operatives and political junkies in Maine.

1.) A financial war chest does not necessarily win an election; 676 more words

Maine Politics

When love comes to town

And, they’re off!

The 2015 municipal election season in Biddeford has started with a bang, according to this story from the Portland Press Herald. 503 more words


Two Aroostook County Democrats want LePage investigated over blogger’s allegations

Spotted this story the other day and wanted to share it.

Two Democratic lawmakers from Aroostook County are asking the Legislature’s Government Oversight Committee to investigate whether Gov.

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Aroostook County

The Bully in the Playhouse

The Maine State Legislature has moved to its summer recess and now the cleanup crews have moved in to scrap the residue of food fights, tantrums, rock throwing, and all around juvenile behavior off the walls of the respective legislative chambers and the Governor’s office. 463 more words


Pope Francis Asked To Exorcise Maine's LePage Demons

Pope Francis has been asked to come to Maine, Modern Philosophers, to exorcise my state of its LePage Demons.

That would be a reference to Governor Paul LePage, the man who seems hellbent on running Maine into the ground while offending every citizen in the process. 614 more words