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Opinion

  • Letter: Richard for District 112 representative

    Mark Richard, candidate for House District 112, has a clear vision for Maine. Mark grew up here, raised his children here, went to school here, and chose to stay in Maine. His mission and vision is to make our home state a place of prosperity. A place our children will be able to raise their fam...

  • Letter: Re-elect Governali in Cape Elizabeth

    Confident that he will continue to serve our community judiciously, collaboratively and passionately, I eagerly support Councilor Frank Governali's candidacy for Cape Elizabeth Town Council. At a time when we continue to face fiscal difficulties, Frank will be able to provide invaluable in...

  • Letter: Tepler for Topsham representative

    Election Day is coming soon and I would like to express my support for Denise Tepler, who is running for state representative in House District 60. I have known Denise for 26 years and have seen her at work on a variety of projects, from raising her three wonderful daughters, to her involvement ...

  • Letter: Harris in House District 113

    It is time to send an experienced businessman to Augusta. We need to elect someone who has a track record for creating jobs, managing and meeting a weekly payroll, and ensuring that his customers are always satisfied. That person is Jason Harris. Recently, Jason undertook a major environme...

  • Letter: Governali is good for Cape government

    We are fortunate to have the opportunity to support Councilor Frank Governali for Town Council. Frank has an extensive background in finance and a proven record of actively and successfully supporting Cape Elizabeth in a variety of public and private matters. Among other things, he served, or i...

  • Letter: Re-elect Cornell du Houx

    As a teacher in the Brunswick school system, I have seen state Rep. Alex Cornell du Houx work hard for our children and urge you to re-elect him.  As his record shows, he has been a tireless advocate for Brunswick and for Maine. At a debate he discussed a measure that he is proposing ...

  • Letter: Scontras for U.S. Congress

    In the race for the 1st Congressional District seat, the contrast between incumbent U.S. Rep. Chellie Pingree and challenger Dean Scontras could hardly be starker. Whatever the voters were expecting, Chellie Pingree has turned out to be one of the most liberal members of Congress. Pingree ...

  • Letter: Vote yes on Question 3

    Over the past two decades Maine voters have overwhelmingly supported Land for Maine’s Future bonds which have helped protect 26 sites in Cumberland and York counties alone. Local projects include trails along the Presumpscot River in Portland, woodlands in Falmouth, two seabird nesting isla...

  • The Universal Notebook: The meat of the matter

    Are you a vegetarian? Neither am I, but we probably should be, both for the good of our bodies and of our souls. In a recent newspaper column entitled “How Will the Future Judge Us?,” Princeton University philosophy professor Kwame Anthony Appiah prophesizes that posterity will...

  • Superintendent's Notebook: Community donates generously for student eyeglasses

    OK, confession time. I felt scared as I prepared to address the Portland Regional Chamber for the first time at last month’s "Eggs & Issues” program. This wasn’t stage fright. I’ve done plenty of public speaking. But I’d never used my position as a scho...