Ex-president to campaign in Maine

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Former President Bill Clinton is coming to Maine later this month to campaign for Democratic candidates in advance of the Nov. 2 election.

The Portland Press Herald says Clinton will campaign in South Portland on Sept. 26. The rally will be free and billed as a Maine Democratic Party event.

Clinton's plan to visit comes as Democrat Libby Mitchell is shown trailing in polls behind Republican Paul LePage in the five-way race for Maine governor. Clinton endorsed Mitchell in the four-way Democratic primary.

Mitchell campaigned for Hilary Clinton while she was running for president in 2008.


Information from: Portland Press Herald, http://www.pressherald.com

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Too Funny

Libby wants us to forget that she is part of the establishment that created the economic quagmire we now reside in, and then she brings in a long time party loyalist to show she's somehow different? She must think her electoral base is pretty stupid to fall for such a manuever...oh wait, never mind, i just realized who on this blog is supporting her...guess she can do this and have them fall for it...


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