Cape Elizabeth Is the Birthplace Of Decmocratcy, According to Local Newspaper

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Cape Elizabeth resident Cynthia Dill will be the democratic nominee for Maine’s representative to the U.S. Senate in November and, in Tuesday’s primary elections, another Cape Elizabeth Democrat won the right to vie for Dill’s former seat in the state Legislature. Rebecca Millett defeated Bryan Kaenrath of South Portland to earn the democratic nomination to District 7 in the State Senate by a final vote of 1,523 to 926. Millett, who did not immediately return a call seeking comment, will move on to challenge Republican nominee Gary Crosby of South Portland in November. Crosby ran for his party’s nomination unopposed. Voters in Cape Elizabeth also overwhelmingly made the decision to validate the $21.8 million school budget that the town council approved on May 14. Seventy-one percent of voters chose to approve the budget.  (read more about Cape Elizabeth Decmocrats at (read more of the South Portland Sentry’s ouija board here)

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