Maine

Traffic backed up as the seemingly neverending queue of more than 40 ducks just kept coming.
Prior to the latest attack, a judge cut Albert Flick’s suggested jail time in half, saying his old age made him harmless.
The floofy critter had baffled staff at Maine's Seashore Trolley Museum.
Maine's House speaker raked in over $1 million in 10 days as part of her campaign to unseat the Republican senator.
NextGen America, which works to turn out young voters, is making the Maine Republican a top target for 2020.
Some Democrats hope Collins' long-held seat in Maine will be vulnerable in 2020 after her vote to confirm Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
The 2018 midterm election’s blue wave made a splash at more than just the federal level.
Bre Kidman, a criminal defense attorney, is running in Maine’s 2020 Senate race -- and “flipping the bird to the notion of electability” along the way.
The DSCC, EMILY’s List and NARAL are supporting Gideon, Maine's House speaker, in the race to unseat Sen. Susan Collins.
Maine's House speaker signaled a potential bid in October after Collins, the state's GOP senator, voted to confirm Brett Kavanaugh.
“Two software engineers, a college professor, a lawyer, and a U.S. Senator — what could possibly go wrong?" he asked.
The GOP senator faces intense backlash from state Democrats and abortion rights activists over her vote for Brett Kavanaugh.
The option applies to patients with a prognosis of no more than six months.
The Maine Republican says she's pro-choice, but she's voted to confirm dozens of judges who have signaled their opposition to abortion rights.
Using the symbols has been “a source of pain and anguish" for American Indian tribes, said Gov. Janet Mills (D).
The idea is dividing Democrats. But in states where it's already a reality, it doesn't seem particularly controversial.
The measure was hailed by environmental groups, which called the products "unnecessary" and harmful to the planet.
"There is power in a name and in who we choose to honor,” Maine Gov. Janet Mills said Friday.
The bill prevents public schools from punishing, stigmatizing and refusing meals to students who either cannot pay or have a negative balance in their lunch account.
"No one parodies Susan Collins more viciously than Susan Collins," says one damning tweet.