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  • The Universal Notebook: Let’s make a deal, Mr. Cutler

    Independent gubernatorial candidate Eliot Cutler got a bit of a boost last week when independent U.S. Sen. Angus King endorsed him. Sen. King and Mr. Cutler seem to share the belief that only an independent can break through partisan gridlock to get things done. The only trouble with that ...

  • Abby's Road: After a Trapper Keeper snaps shut, it never lets go

    The iconic portrait of my life features me at the tender age of 7. It can be attributed to my mother, who snapped it on whatever predated the disposable camera. At least one of my sisters was likely hugging her knee at the time. In the calm second my mother’s pointer finger was able ...

  • Letter: Sisterly support for Corthell

    I want to urge the citizens of Scarborough to vote on Nov. 2 for Kerry Corthell for Town Council. Kerry is not a career politician, this being her first run for office, but she has a long and varied history of service to her community. In addition to possessing those qualities that one hopes to f...

  • Letter: Re-elect Pagurko to Bath council

    I am writing to endorse Ruthe Pagurko for Bath City Council from Ward 7. Ruthe is running for re-election this November and has proved to be a hard-working, fiscally responsible member of the council. Ruthe faithfully polls her constituents before voting on key issues to truly represent the vot...

  • Letter: LePage for governor

    Maine desperately needs a proven and courageous leader to rescue us from its death spiral; that leader is Paul LePage. Reality has been denied for too long, and we can’t afford to hide the truth any longer. Forbes magazine just released its report identifying “the best states ...

  • Letter: Woodbury dissolves party lines

    Dick Woodbury, independent candidate for state Senate District 11, bridges party differences with common sense, independent thinking and the ability to unite people around fresh solutions. Woodbury’s talents for envisioning the future and crafting long-term solutions, demonstrated du...

  • Letter: Foster on why he's a candidate

    Maine is facing many crucial issues: overspending, budget deficits, rising debt, welfare abuse and waste, and the worst business climate in the country. Jeff Toorish's solution? Launch an unprovoked factually challenged attack against his candidate's opponent. All this does is suggest a la...

  • Letter: Woodbury in Senate District 11

    We are writing to support Dick Woodbury’s independent candidacy for the Maine Senate in District 11. He has earned a doctorate in economics, has a strong interest in public policy, and is committed to make government work for all Maine citizens. We know that Dick is concerned about tax po...

  • Letter: Woodbury leads on fiscal responsibility

    As we talk about the upcoming election, one theme comes up over and over again. We have heard many people insist that we have to stop spending so much money. We’re writing to encourage District 11 voters to support Dick Woodbury for state Senate because we share this concern. Much ...

  • Letter: Elect Richard in District 112

    Maine sorely needs a voice that will speak for lowering taxes, for streamlining state government and for putting a halt to deficit spending. Maine needs someone who will stand strong for reforming the welfare system and for promoting education and training programs. Mark Richard is that person....