Paul LePage is against a minimum wage and employer-provided health care. Fewer Marden's employees have health insurance today compared to when LePage began running the business.
Without a minimum wage and without employer-funded health care, how are Mainers supposed to afford health care for their families? If LePage becomes governor, there will be no state health insurance program to turn to.
If LePage cuts education statewide, as he has made cuts at the local level, all Maine children will suffer.
If people don't want to be forced to choose between education for their children or caring about parents, they shouldn't vote for LePage.
He wasn't good for education in Waterville, and he wouldn't be good for education in Maine.
Has LePage thought out those issues completely, or at all?
Does he seriously think Maine families can survive without making a living wage? Or does he simply not care?
Laura Veit, Lewiston