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Do Southern Mainers welcome corruption?

Do Southern Mainers welcome corruption?
Recently, Governor LePage sent a hand-written message to a constituent claiming that Southern Mainers “exploit those who are not so fortunate” and “welcome corruption.” When he says "Southern Mainers", he's talking about roughly half the people in our state. This is our Governor. From our Republican Party. [...]Read more

WCSH – Get Right and the LePage letter controversy

WCSH – Get Right and the LePage letter controversy
WCSH featured Get Right Maine tonight during it's evening news, watch video below:Read more

The Governor was right.

The Governor was right.
Dear friends, Governor LePage took a strong stand for fiscal responsibility in 2013. He fulfilled a campaign pledge to pay Maine’s hospital debt back. This is an example of sound fiscal management and strong Republican principles. At that same time, he made another pledge: to issue voter-authorized [...]Read more

MPBN’s Maine Calling on Get Right Maine

MPBN’s Maine Calling on Get Right Maine
MPBN's Maine Calling featured a segment on Get Right this week, click below to listen: http://www.getrightmaine.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/maine-calling-july22.mp3Read more

Bangor Daily on Get Right

Bangor Daily on Get Right

From the Bangor Daily News: The group is called Get Right Maine, and it’s largely a two-man operation, for now. Its founders are Lance Dutson and Bobby Reynolds, self-described lifelong Republicans with experience at all levels of party politics, but most notably with Collins. Reynolds was Collins’ […]

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GOP Group Seeks to Refocus Party on ‘Core Principles’

GOP Group Seeks to Refocus Party on ‘Core Principles’

MPBN: A group of Republicans, led by party activist Lance Dutson, has sent a memo to lawmakers and the news media outlining the history of the ongoing veto battle between Gov. Paul LePage and the Legislature. The memo points out that, in his first term, LePage had […]

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Background on veto controversy

BACKGROUND: VETO CONTROVERSY   As the controversy continues around the Governor’s decision not to return a series of bills (now laws) he was expected to veto within the proscribed 10-day window, we thought it would be helpful to review a near-exact precedent that was set at the end [...]Read more
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