When Ethan Strimling was in the Maine Senate, he worked with the furthest right-wing state senator, Richard Nass of Acton, to create a tax reform plan that was ultimately approved by the Legislature, but shot down by voters at referendum.

If Ethan can cross the entire political spectrum to find areas of agreement with an ideological opposite in something as complex as tax policy, I believe that he will work effectively with the Portland City Council if he is elected mayor of Portland.

Michael Miles


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