Stories we’re working on today

Posted Nov. 01, 2010, at 11:15 a.m.

Here are some of our coverage plans for the day.

A Bangor cop was refused his right to vote last Friday because he didn’t remove his service weapon at the polling place. What kind of authority do elections officials wield in this instance? Can anyone carry a gun into a polling place? Are there regulations within the Bangor Police Dept. governing officers voting when in uniform? We will answer these questions and more. Reporter: Eric Russell

It has been three weeks since a Maine Public Service worker was severely burned in an industrial accident in Presque Isle. Has OSHA determined a cause or identified factors contributing to the incident? Has MPS changed its policies in any way? Reporter: Jen Lynds

The town of Newburgh has signed a promissory note with former deputy town clerk and treasurer Cindy Dunton – who was indicted last week for stealing $200,000 in taxpayer funds – requiring Dunton and her husband to sell their real estate to repay the town. It seems like a good plan. But how much legal water does that document hold? Reporter: Chris Cousins

Tuesday is Election Day across Maine and the nation. We preview the races and provide information on polling hours and locations. Reporter: Kevin Miller

On our Lifestyle pages you’ll find a story about the University of Maine Bookstore unveiling its 2010 Christmas ornament, proceeds from which will go to the student group Habitat UMaine. Reporter: Aislinn Sarnacki

In Sports, we’ll preview upcoming high school soccer regional championships.

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