The FBI and Immigration and Customs Enforcement have been accessing some state driver’s license databases to do facial recognition searches, but Maine Secretary of State Matt Dunlap says Maine is building its own database and is limiting access for federal agencies.
PORTLAND, Maine — Maine’s former Republican governor spent all or part of at least 80 days outside of the state during his last year in office, according to travel records that revealed trips that had not previously been disclosed.
AUGUSTA, Maine — Voters whose disabilities prevent them from signing petitions for citizen initiatives could have alternative ways to express their support under a proposed constitutional amendment. Maine voters will consider such a constitutional amendment Nov. 5.
New Group Uses Exploited Advocacy Rules To 'Educate' Mainers About Sen. Collins
Democrats at the national level and in Maine are using a multipronged strategy to unseat Republican U.S. Sen. Susan Collins in 2020. The plan includes the creation of a new nonprofit group that can shield its donors and operate in a legal gray area that has been increasingly exploited by political organizations in recent elections.
'A New Day' - Maine Passes Legislation Intended To Address Racism
Over the past week, Gov. Janet Mills has signed into law dozens of bills passed by the Maine lawmakers this session. For the two African American members of the Legislature, a pair of bills in particular stand out.