For the first time in Maine’s history, the state’s electoral votes may not all go to one candidate, according to a new Colby College-Boston Globe poll.
The poll, conducted by the Goldfarb Center in conjunction with the Boston Globe and SurveyUSA, explores myriad issues related to the Maine politics — from the standing of federal office candidates, to voter attitudes regarding the most important issue facing the state.
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In Maine, Clinton, Trump are in a tight race | Boston Globe >>>
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Maine Interest: Can Trump Flip A Longtime Democratic Stronghold? | Fox News Insider >>>
Trump cracks the Electoral College Lock | POLITICO >>>
Polls Show Tight Presidential Race in Maine | Maine Public Broadcasting Network >>>
LePage breaks silicen to say Trump can win state | WLBZ 2 >>>
Wednesday’s campaign round-up 9.14.16 | The Rachel Maddow Show >>>