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September 08, 2010


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Dustin Ingalls

Congressional numbers tomorrow.


The pollster seems to think that the LePage/Michell/et al. election has something to do with the Obama/McCain election. Except for those who vote for everything along party lines, I think not.Recovery can be helped along at the Federal level by printing money or diverting funds. The state does not have that option, all a governor can do to help is to be fiscally responsible. -- jimcooncat


ME-2, the more conservative district, looks ripe for a switch.


Have you polled in the two Congressional races and if so is this race having any sort of down ballot effect?


Libby Mithchell is another emir of encumbastan. Throw them all out!


Did you poll the congressional districts?


That last one may be Libby Mitchells biggest issue.Libby Mitchells biggest issue is shes a career political hack whos been part of the problem for DECADES.Shes everything the voters are rejecting, a corrupt tax-and-spend insider.At least Cutler has some ideas.


I hope Paul is getting prepared for the liberal elected and unions in Augusta. The leader may want change but as we have found out the bureaucrats and politicians with the liberal agenda have squashed any effort to modernize government and improve the business climate. Their will need to be a massive house cleaning to get any real change. Thank you Paul for being in the hunt, many of us will support you in the effort.


I hope Paul LePage can turn Maine around. What a beautiful state to attract people to. We need JOBS up here and LePage knows that. We will all be watching his progress.


I wonder how this would look if they put John Jenkins name on the poll?

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