With less than two months until Maine’s gubernatorial election, the race is starting to garner serious attention from voters. As more and more Mainers are speaking up about the direction the state should take in November, a number are making clear their deep gratitude for Governor Mills’ accomplishments, from climate progress to fully funding public education to her excellent management of the economy:
In advance of Paul LePage’s economy-focused media event this afternoon – his first event in more than a month – Maine Democrats are highlighting how Maine’s economy is stronger than it ever was under LePage.
Maine Democratic Party and the Democratic Party of Virginia held a joint press call ahead of a Paul LePage fundraiser this evening featuring VA Governor Glenn Youngkin. During the call, party officials and legislators from both states slammed both LePage and Youngkin for their extreme and divisive records.
As Maine’s workers prepare to celebrate Labor Day this weekend, Maine’s largest labor unions are making clear what the next priority is in the fight for workers’ rights in Maine—re-electing Governor Janet Mills and keeping Paul LePage and his virulently anti-labor policies out of the Blaine House.