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    No On 1 bear campaign supporters applaud as campaign staff members claim victory at the Black Bear Inn in Orono on election night.

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    Sportsman's Alliance of Maine Executive Director David Trahan makes a victory speech for the No On 1 campaign at the Black Bear Inn in Orono on Tuesday night. Campaign manager James Cote is at left.

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    No on 1 bear supporters Brianna Pelkie of Fryeburg, Walker Day of Lovell and Caleb Winslow of Parsonsfield check the returns on their phones during an election night gathering at the Black Bear Inn in Orono.

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    No on 1 supporters Don Dudley of T6-R9, Jeff Bellmore of Warren and Maine Guide Bob Parker of Wilton laugh at the Black Bear Inn in Orono before the polls closed. Parker had shown a video made by his grandchildren saying, "If we were old enough, we'd vote no on 1."

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    David Trahan of the Sportsman's Alliance of Maine and campaign consultant Michele MacLean of Save Maine's Bear Hunt check results at the Black Bear Inn in Orono on election night.

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    Sportsman's Alliance of Maine President Cheryl Timberlake high-fives David Trahan, the group's executive director, after seeing positive numbers for the No on 1 side during an election night gathering at the Black Bear Inn in Orono.

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    Holly Hazard of Falls Church, Virginia, talks with Dave Pauli of Billings, Montana, at the Yes on 1 campaign headquarters at the Embassy Suites hotel in Portland.

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    Supporters of Yes on 1 check results from campaign headquarters at the Embassy Suites hotel in Portland. Left to right are Hope Cruser of Edgecomb, Sara Boston of Edgecomb, Bobby Silcott of Naples and Maureen Topa of Westbrook.

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    Campaign director Katie Hansberry and campaign manager Stephanie Harris work at the Yes on 1 campaign headquarters at the Embassy Suites hotel in Portland. Question 1 asked voters whether they want to ban certain bear hunting practices in Maine.

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    Campaign director Katie Hansberry thanks Yes on 1 supporters at campaign headquarters at the Embassy Suites hotel in Portland on Tuesday night.

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