Maine’s US Senate & Congressional races (but not state races) will be conducted under new Ranked Choice Voting rules. You can vote for your first-choice candidate while also ranking the remaining candidates in order of preference (second choice, third choice, etc.). The votes will be tabulated in rounds. If your first-choice candidate is eliminated in any given round, your second-choice vote will be counted in the next round, & so on, until one candidate wins.
No position found. No position on Citizens United. Supported legislation to send Maine’s Clean Election Act back to the voters.
Yes. Lays out 7-point plan to “reignite Maine’s economy,” including spending for infrastructure & broadband.
No position found.
No. Introduced bills to repeal Maine gun laws.
Repeal. “Look to free-market solutions.”
Support. “Not perfect,” but keep & strengthen.
Support. Then move to “Medicare For All.”
Wait & see. President “deserves some latitude in negotiations with Iran.”
No position on Iran deal. Favors diplomacy against potential nuclear threats.
No position found. Solution to student debt is teaching students real-world skills.
Yes. Calls them “pro-growth, pro-taxpayer & pro-little guy.”
Yes. Co-sponsored bill requiring government or college-issued photo ID.
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