LEFT: HALLOWELL, ME – NOVEMBER 6: “I started voting for Lyndon Johnson,” said Robert Saunders, 73, as he stopped at a coffee shop on Water Street on Thurs. November 6, 2014. The lifelong Democrat said is is “not surprised” that Republican Gov. Paul LePage won re-election, and sees it as “an anti-Obama backlash.” The town of Hallowell stands out as having the highest percentage of voters in the state who selected Democrat Mike Michaud in the Nov. 4 election. Michaud lost to incumbent Republican Paul LePage. (Photo by Amelia Kunhardt/Staff Photographer)
RIGHT: GREENE, ME – NOVEMBER 6: A truck is parked at the Circle K in Greene, Maine, which voted heavily for Paul LePage in the gubernatorial election this week on Thursday, November 6, 2014. (Photo by Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer)