Monthly Archives: October 2014

Brunswick vs. Cape Elizabeth – and why campaign contribution numbers matter

Two lovely coastal towns in Maine. What could they possibly have to fight over? I personally would not have picked them to represent poles in our current gubernatorial election campaign, but some evidence suggests otherwise. What evidence? Evidence available in information available as of … Continue reading

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Watching the electoral winds in Maine

In 2010, at just about this time I was conducting a poll of Maine’s gubernatorial race at Thomas College with the help of about 40 political science students. We all learned a lot. What many of the students learned was that they … Continue reading

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