Congressman Forges Solid Victory
Building on his three terms serving Maine's Second Congressional
District, John Baldacci cruised to an electoral victory in the
state's gubernatorial race. Baldacci, who replaces independent
Angus King, fought off a challenge from Republican state Rep.
Peter Cianchette and a publicly financed Green Party candidate.
(11/05, 10:55pm EST)
Maine PBS and Maine Public Radio team up to provide full coverage
of the state's gubernatorial and congressional election as well
as referenda and bond initiatives on this fall's ballot.
Of Health Care System Expected With Next Governor
Report: The three major party candidates for governor met
at a forum in Portland today, where they outlined for a group
of health care providers their plans for the state's health care
system. All three have proposed significant changes, and they
share some goals, like increasing access to affordable health
care. But as Fred Bever reports, there are great differences over
how to get there.
From Maine Public Radio (10/21)
Groups Call on Green Candidate to Pull Ad
Report: An ad critical of Democrat John Baldacci's alleged
reversal on supporting gambling in Maine has sparked outcry from
commercial, discussing Baldacci's early support and now opposition
to gambling and paid for by Green Party candidate Jonathan Carter,
features an announcer using a "Sopranos"-like voice
to discuss the issue.
From Maine Public Radio (10/15)