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    Gov. Paul LePage responds to a question on Medicaid expansion during Wednesday night's gubernatorial debate at the Augusta Civic Center.

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    Demonstrators stand outside the Maine State Chamber's 2014 Gubernatorial Forum at the Augusta Civic Center on Wednesday.

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    Demonstrators stand outside the Maine State Chamber's 2014 Gubernatorial Forum at the Augusta Civic Center in Augusta on Wednesday.

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    Independent candidate Eliot Cutler reviews his notes before Wednesday night's gubernatorial debate at the Augusta Civic Center.

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    Republican Gov. Paul LePage gets ready to start Wednesday night's debate at the Augusta Civic Center.

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    Democratic candidate Mike Michaud goes over his notes before the Maine State Chamber of Commerce's Gubernatorial Forum at the Augusta Civic Center.

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    Independent candidate Eliot Cutler responds to Gov. Paul LePage during the Maine State Chamber of Commerce's Gubernatorial Forum on Wednesday night. "You say that you've created 20,000 to 22,000 jobs, and you're proud of that. That's like saying the Red Sox had a good year because they won 71 games," Cutler said.

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