Will Maine be the only place Trump wins where Romney lost?

Will Maine be the only place Trump wins where Romney lost?

This week on the Beacon podcast, Ben and Mike discuss the close race in Maine’s second district and the future of our politics post-Trump.

They also cover new developments on Question 4, including more restaurants now publicly supporting the minimum wage increase than opposing it, and fact-check some of the opposition claims on Question 2, the tax fairness and education funding initiative.

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