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  • Politics

    Jared Golden, a former Marine, continues steep political rise with historic win

    The Democrat from Lewiston, declared the winner in Maine's 2nd Congressional District, is just 36 and will be among the youngest members of Congress.

  • Election 2018

    Jared Golden declared winner of first ranked-choice congressional election, but challenge looms

    The Democrat gets 50.5% of the vote to 49.5% for Rep. Bruce Poliquin, who says he'll continues his lawsuit arguing that ranked-choice voting violates federal law.

  • Business

    Developer of multi-use complex in Westbrook seeks unusual alliance for access to bonds

    The backers of Rock Row want to partner with the Metro bus service to tap tax-free bonds for its transportation infrastructure.

  • Local & State

    Powerball winner from Iowa donates $500,000 to Maine’s Travis Mills Foundation

    Mills says the money will 'go a long way' and 'help out so many families' of wounded veterans served by the organization.

  • Local & State

    Two paintings owned by Robert Indiana sell for $5 million at auction

    The money will be used to make repairs to his Vinalhaven home.

  • Politics

    Gov.-elect Mills names team that will assemble her new administration

    Maine's incoming governor hopes her new executive search committee will help her fill out her Cabinet by January.

  • Bill Nemitz

    Bill Nemitz: After votes are counted, Shawn Moody and Bruce Poliquin present a study in contrast

    In defeat, Moody took the high road; so far, at least, defeated 2nd District Rep. Poliquin has not.

  • Editorials

    Our View: Ranked-choice voting passes major court test

    A federal judge refuses to hand Bruce Poliquin a win that was denied him by the voters of Maine.

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