Rep. Ben Chipman, an independent, won re-election in a three-way race for the Maine House seat representing District 40, which includes part of downtown Portland. Chipman won 58.9 percent of the vote.

Well-known Democrat Herb Adams, who was trying to win it back after leaving because of term limits in 2010, earned 32.3 percent of the vote.

Mark Lockman, a Republican and substitute teacher, garnered 8.8 percent of the vote.

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