Town Hall Meeting in Bridgton Will Allow Governor LePage to Tell Residents Exactly How They’ve Failed Him

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town hall meetingAUGUSTA – Governor Paul R. LePage has announced he will hold his first town hall of the New Year Wednesday in Bridgton where he will deliver remarks about moving Maine forward and answer questions residents. The Bridgton Town Office, 8 Iredale St., will be the location for the town hall from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. The meeting is open to the public. The town hall meeting will focus on the Governor’s vision for Maine, including further reducing the income tax; reforming welfare by strengthening the State’s safety net for the most vulnerable; cutting energy costs; and addressing Maine’s high student debt burden. The Governor has held town halls during the last three months in Farmington, Auburn, Rockland, Portland and Waterville.

January 4, 2016
Governor’s Office


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