A Maine electoral rundown and Gov. LePage pens a love letter

A Maine electoral rundown and Gov. LePage pens a love letter

This week on the Beacon podcast, Ben and Mike discuss the state of the races on the ballot this Tuesday, from the presidential and congressional contests, to the referendums, to local state House and Senate elections. They even make a couple of predictions.

They also discuss Gov. LePage’s escalating, ridiculous personal attacks against them for working to raise Maine’s minimum wage.

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