Gov. Paul LePage plans to submit legislation this session that would create the state’s first lieutenant governor, do away with the secretary of state position and give the power to appoint the attorney general and treasurer to the governor. Continue Reading →
Maine’s ethics agency has proposed legislation that would tighten up lax regulations that allowed a Sanford legislator to pay himself and family members from political action committee funds he controlled.
Commission staff proposed the change in response to a story published in October by the Maine Center for Public Interest Reporting. Continue Reading →
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The top 10 individual Maine donors to state and national political campaigns represent just .001 percent of Maine’s adult population of about one million.
But that minuscule percentage represents 27.3 per cent of all donations to candidates, parties and causes from contributors with a Maine address. Continue Reading →