Maine: “LePage declares he ‘probably’ won’t certify election results, but secretary of state says they’re still binding”

The Press Herald reports: Gov. Paul LePage announced he may not certify the results from a historic vote Tuesday because he is opposed to a new way of voting. Tuesday is the first time in Maine where voters statewide will … Continue reading →

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