Feb. 7: The Fallout Of The Impeachment Trial In Maine + A Word From Our New Hampshire Neighbor
It's Friday and time again for Maine’s Political Pulse with Mal Leary, Steve Mistler and Irwin Gratz.
The impeachment trial of President Trump may be over, but the fallout from it in Maine continues. That's probably most true for Republican Senator Susan Collins. She voted to acquit the president on both articles presented by the House. The team will talk about that, as well as a new campaign to end ranked-choice voting.
And, this week, Gratz spoke with New Hampshire Public Radio's Josh Rogers about whether the mishaps in the Iowa Caucuses are creating any issues for campaigns in the Granite State.
Get Caught Up:
- Sen. Collins On Her Decision To Vote For Acquittal And What She Is Hearing From Constituents
- In Senate Trial, Susan Collins Says She'll Vote To Acquit Donald Trump; Angus King To Convict
- 'I Did Nothing Wrong': Trump Defiant After Senate Acquittal
- Maine GOP Launches People's Veto Campaign To Overturn Law Expanding Ranked-Choice Voting
- How 2020 Democrats are responding to Iowa caucus chaos
- N.H. Primary Countdown Blog: Sanders Hits Buttigieg On Big Donors
- Hearing from NHPR reporter Josh Rogers ahead of the New Hampshire Primary
Maine's Political Pulse was produced this week by Willis Ryder Arnold. Caitlin Troutman is the digital producer. The theme music is by Rob Holt.