MAINE MIDTERM ELECTIONS | What you need to know about Maine Governor's race
MAINE MIDTERM ELECTIONS | What you need to know about Maine Governor's race
Author: Jeffrey Schools, Beth McEvoy, Don Carrigan
Published: 7:26 AM EDT October 17, 2018
Updated: 4:31 AM EST November 6, 2018
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MAINE MIDTERM ELECTIONS | What you need to know about Maine Governor's race

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Chapter 2

SHAWN MOODY

Shawn Moody is already well known in southern Maine for his successful businesses, Moody’s Collision Center, now he hopes to translate that success into winning election as Maine’s next Governor despite never being elected to state office.

CANDIDATE PROFILE | Shawn Moody looks to take business success to the Blaine House

Chapter 3

JANET MILLS

“I’m running because I feel qualified, ready and energized to turn the state around, turn us in a new direction,” Janet Mills said.

CANDIDATE PROFILE | Janet Mills, Maine's first female DA, aims to be first female governor

Chapter 4

TERRY HAYES

Terry Hayes says she’s running for Maine governor as an independent because "we can do this better."

CANDIDATE PROFILE | Terry Hayes, independent candidate for Maine governor

Chapter 5

ALAN CARON

Caron says all those steps are “Southern Maine, along the coast, everyone thinks everything’s going great,” Caron said, “but we’ve traveled every corner of the state and for the rest of the state it’s not going that great.

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