Remember Maine

Aloysius Farrell, John
September 2012
National Journal;9/29/2012, p7
The article reports on the efforts of Republicans in Maine to derail the candidacy of former Governor Angus King for the state's open Senate seat. King is the independent front-runner and the subject of television advertisements by a Republican-led super political action committee (PAC) called Maine Freedom. Secretary of State Charlie Summers is also challenges King's assertion that nonpartisan is better.


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