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    November 9, 2020

    Doudera gains second term, unopposed

    Rep. Vickie Doudera knocked on doors this election season, even though she was running unopposed for her seat in the Maine House of Representatives, District 94. Doudera went door-to-door to hear what people think, and have conversations about their ideas and issues, she said. While a member of the Democratic party, she strives to represent everyone in her district. Her district encompasses the towns of Camden, ...

  • Published
    November 5, 2020

    Kinney secures fourth term in Maine House

    Republican MaryAnne Kinney of Knox has won a fourth term in the Maine Legislature representing House District 99, defeating Democratic challenger April Turner by 434 votes, 2,682-2,248. Kinney currently works as a maple syrup producer on her farm in Knox and has held a wide variety of jobs in the past, including truck driver, pharmacy technician and credit analyst. She serves on the Agriculture, Conservation and ...

  • Published
    November 5, 2020

    Zeigler wins House District 96

    Incumbent Democrat Stanley Paige Zeigler beat Republican challenger Katrina Smith in the race for the Maine House District 96 seat by a mere 42 votes. Zeigler won by a vote of 2941-2899. He received strong support in Lincolnville of 1035-582. First elected in 2016, this will be Zeigler's third term in the House. Issues important to Zeigler include climate change, utility reform, broadband internet, affordable ...

  • Published
    November 4, 2020

    Incumbent Cuddy takes Maine House District 98 seat

    Democrat Scott Cuddy of Winterport has won reelection over challenger Jessica "Jess" Connor of Searsport by a margin of just 55 votes. Cuddy said during the campaign that he wants to continue to work on lowering property taxes so residents can afford to own their own homes. He supports investing in renewable energy as a way to create more jobs and address climate change. Connor told The Republican Journal that ...

  • Published
    November 4, 2020

    Golden beats Crafts to keep U.S. House 2nd District seat

    The Portland Press Herald has declared incumbent Democrat Jared Golden of Lewiston the winner by a margin of 53% to 47% over Republican challenger Dale Crafts of Lisbon to represent Maine's 2nd District in the U.S. Congress. In Waldo County, Golden won by about 3,600 votes. Golden was first elected to Congress in 2018, becoming the first congressman elected by ranked-choice voting. A former Marine, he served in ...

  • Published
    November 4, 2020

    Dodge wins second term representing House District 97

    Democrat Janice Dodge of Belfast has won reelection to the Maine House, representing District 97 (Belfast, Waldo and Northport). Dodge defeated Republican challenger William "Bill" Elliott, also of Belfast, 3,789-1871. Dodge said she wanted to be reelected so she could continue to speak for people who are underrepresented, like teachers, which was her career for over 30 years before retiring. Elliott hoped to win ...

  • Published
    November 4, 2020

    Hutchins wins reelection in House District 131

    In Maine House District 131, incumbent Republican Sherman "Sherm" Hutchins of Penobscot has retained his seat in a contest with Democratic challenger Veronica Magnan of Stockton Springs. Prospect and Stockton Springs are the only two Waldo County towns in this district; Dedham Orland, Otis, Penobscot and Verona Island are in Hancock County. According to the Portland Press Herald, Hutchins won with 59% of the vote ...

  • Published
    November 4, 2020

    Collins wins hard-fought U.S. Senate race against Gideon

    As of about 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 4, the Portland Press Herald declared incumbent Republican Susan Collins the winner in her race against Democratic challenger Sara Gideon, 51% to 42%. Independent candidates Lisa Savage and Max Linn picked up 5% and 2% of the statewide vote, respectively. In Waldo County, Collins won by about 2,600 votes. In an interview with Courier Publications earlier this fall, Collins ...

  • Published
    November 4, 2020

    Curry wins Maine Senate District 11 seat

    With reports from all of Waldo County received, Democrat Glenn "Chip" Curry has beaten Republican Duncan Milne by around 1,800 votes in the race for Maine Senate District 11. In an interview with The Republican Journal, Curry said his work as coordinator of student services at University of Maine Augusta's Rockland Center has influenced his desire to run for state Senate. "It's pretty darn hard here in Waldo ...

  • Published
    November 4, 2020

    Biden beats Trump in Waldo County, reflecting Maine overall

    Democrat Joseph Biden is locked in a narrow contest with incumbent Republican Donald Trump nationally, and in Waldo County, with results from all towns, Biden received around 1,200 more votes than the president. The Portland Press Herald gives Biden a 53% to 44% lead over Trump statewide, and has called the state for the Democrat. Also on the ballot for President are Alliance Party candidates Roque De La Fuente ...

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