The line that divides Maine’s two congressional districts is emblematic of the divides that have emerged this election cycle: urban vs. rural, college educated vs. not, well-off vs. working class, and Clinton vs. Trump.
All ballots will be counted, accurately and properly, election worker Irene MacDougall said.
If Maine legalizes marijuana, it doesn’t mean employees could light up during smoke breaks. But there will be more incentive for state officials to come up with a workable definition of what it means to be “under the influence.”
When two birds from Europe show up in Maine, it’s time for a wild goose chase.
The Maine Ethics Commission voted Thursday not to pursue an investigation into a California-based organization that has pledged $50,000 in support of a Democratic candidate for the Maine Senate.
“We’re still not done,” the Portland attorney told the roughly 100 people there to honor her.