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Maine Gov's Alleged Obama Remarks Could Sway Special Senate Election
08/23/2013   Reported By: A.J. Higgins

In just four days, voters in the Bath area will hold a special election to decide who will represent Senate District 19 in the Maine Legislature. Although Maine Gov. Paul LePage had intended to stay out of the race, his recent alleged remarks that President Barack Obama doesn't like white people have wound up as an issue in the contest. MPBN State House Bureau Chief A.J. Higgins joins Maine Things Considered host Tom Porter for an update.

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Originally Aired: 8/23/2013 5:30 PM
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MPBN State House Bureau Chief A.J. Higgins talks with Maine Things Considered host Tom Porter about the effects Maine Gov. Paul LePage's alleged remarks about President Barack Obama disliking white people could have on next week's special election in Maine Senate District 19.


 

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