Speaker Mark Eves on the last four years and his political future

Speaker Mark Eves on the last four years and his political future

In part two of Ben Chin’s interview with Maine House Speaker Mark Eves, they discuss his time in leadership, how many times Chief of Staff Ana Hicks said no to accepting that position, the last four years of attempting to work with Governor Paul LePage and what’s next for Eves. Ben poses the question: Will he run for governor?

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Photo: Speaker Eves at a senior listening tour event in Kennebunk


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