LEFT: HALLOWELL, ME – NOVEMBER 6: Patti Burnett, owner of Dom’s Barbershop on Water Street, doesn’t talk politics in her shop, but she likes to quote former mayor Barry Timson, “who always said, ‘There are no strangers in this town. Only friends you haven’t met,'” Thurs. November 6, 2014. Burnett says she considers Hallowell to be “like a Norman Rockwell” painting. She sits beneath a pair of snow shoes she wore as a kid. The town of Hallowell stands out as having the highest percentage of voters in the state who selected Democrat Mike Michaud in the Nov. 4 election. Michaud lost to incumbent Republican Paul LePage. (Photo by Amelia Kunhardt/Staff Photographer)
RIGHT: GREENE, ME – NOVEMBER 6: Ron Miller sits in his barber shop in Greene, Maine, a town which voted heavily for Paul LePage in the gubernatorial election this week on Thursday, November 6, 2014. “With our town, there was no doubt we would vote LePage. What I’ve heard was that people like LePage’s policies, but they don’t like his mouth. Well, this is the way I look at things, being a barber now, and a US Navy diver for 20 years, I’m not politically correct at all. But the one thing about here, is your opinions matter. I like to hear all sides,” Miller said. (Photo by Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer)