AUGUSTA — Maine election officials have set the order of four borrowing proposals to appear on the June 8 ballot.

State law already requires that the people’s veto question on whether to repeal Maine’s tax reform law be the top question. Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap held a public drawing today to set the order of the bond questions.

The first will ask to borrow $26.5 million for an offshore wind energy demonstration site and related manufacturing.

That will be followed by a request for $47.8 million for highways, railroads, ports and harbors. Next will be a $23.7 million bond for historic properties, research and development and redevelopment at the Brunswick Naval Air Station site. The last is a $10.3 million bond for clean water projects.
 


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