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Danny Francis Dalton

Non-party - Brunswick

How would you balance the federal budget/reduce the federal deficit?: First by identifying and addressing the large amount of waste that is present within our federal government.Gradually replace the income tax

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Cynthia Dill, Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, pets a puppy while campaigning in Auburn on Wednesday.

Cynthia Ann Dill

D - Cape Elizabeth

How would you balance the federal budget/reduce the federal deficit?: Repeal the Bush tax cuts, decrease military spending and stimulate the economy with public works projects.

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Andrew Ian Dodge is the leader of the tea party in Maine.

Andrew Ian Dodge

Independent for Liberty - Harpswell

How would you balance the federal budget/reduce the federal deficit?: Drastically cut spending in all depts, eliminate entitlements (individual & corporate) and avoid spending more than we are taking in.

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Former Maine Gov. Angus King

Angus King

Independent for Maine - Brunswick

How would you balance the federal budget/reduce the federal deficit?: Balance is key – cut spending, simplify the tax code, cut tax rates & close most loopholes to create more revenue; this moves us toward subs

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U.S. Senate candidate Charlie Summers holds a press conference with Rob Engstrom, political director for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, at Quirk Auto Park in Bangor on Tuesday to announce the Chamber's endorsement of Summers.

Charles E. Summers

R - Scarborough

How would you balance the federal budget/reduce the federal deficit?: The only way to balance the federal budget and reduce our debt is to cut government spending.

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Stephen M. Woods

Independent - Yarmouth

How would you balance the federal budget/reduce the federal deficit?: I would visit Staples and purchase a $4 calculator on my way down to D.C. I would then apply common sense – not politics – for solutions.

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