Gov. LePage will soon be out of office (finally). Here’s who’s lining up to replace him.

Gov. LePage will soon be out of office (finally). Here’s who’s lining up to replace him.

This week on the Beacon podcast, Taryn, Ben and Mike examine the rapidly-expanding gubernatorial field and new fundraising numbers. They also discuss the latest federal health care happenings (and why we should stay vigilant) and the threat of Maine’s falling vaccination rate.

Also: They introduce a new segment (for which they are completely unqualified) giving some life advice (including a relationship question from an actual listener) and offer some rays of hope.

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Photo: some potential candidates for higher office on stage at MPA’s Resistance Rising event in Portland last month.

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