Thursday morning, Senate President Kevin Raye filed the necessary paperwork to run for Maine’s Second Congressional District seat. This follows Raye’s exploratory phase, in which he signaled his interest in running for the seat, but wanted to travel the district to see what kind of reaction to his potential candidacy there was. In the world […]
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