In the yards of families across local communities, blue and white “Eric Brakey for Maine Senate” signs are popping up everywhere — and it is no wonder why.

Across two terms, Brakey accomplished more than anyone expected from a rookie. He united bipartisan coalitions to reform welfare, restor Second Amendment rights, enact Right to Try, and overhaul outdated medical cannabis laws.

Putting people above politics, Brakey has an independent voting record — working with anyone to do right and no one to do wrong (even standing alone against corporate welfare).

In times like these, when partisanship endangers our freedoms and paychecks, we need principled and independent-minded leaders like Brakey working on our behalf.

That’s why, as Eric Brakey campaigns door-to-door across New Gloucester, Auburn, Poland and Durham, countless families are publicly supporting his return to the Maine Senate with blue and white signs in their yards.

Caleb Dunn, New Gloucester

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