Today’s The Day Mainers Get To Vote Against That Lying, Cheating, Low-life Bastard That Their Nice Neighbor Likes

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maine paradePORTLAND— Campaigns were making a final push Monday to snare undecided voters before an election that’ll decide the state’s next senator and whether gay marriage becomes legal in Maine. Also on the ballot are U.S. House and legislative races and $76 million worth of state bonds, in addition to local races. In the U.S. Senate race, Republican Charlie Summers started his day in Presque Isle while independent Angus King wrapped up his three-day bus tour. Democrat Cynthia Dill visited Bath Iron Works but took time at midday to teach a civics class at Southern Maine Community College. (read more at Kennebec Journal)