LEWISTON — Gov. Paul LePage attended the Auburn-Lewiston Rotary Club’s breakfast as their guest speaker Wednesday.

The governor talked about ranked-choice voting, something he’s been vocally opposing since it was voted into law in November

Maine’s Supreme Court released an “advisory opinion” Tuesday, stating the new law is a violation of the state’s Constitution which uses the plurality system.

It’s up to the legislature to make the next move.

The governor also talked about education funding, taxes, and energy.

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