Senate Candidate Finishes Walk Across Maine
Democratic Senate hopeful Shenna Bellows completed a 350-mile walk across Maine at noon today, greeted by supporters in downtown Portland.
"We started our 'Walk Across Maine' for jobs and the economy on July 20th, just three weeks ago. And this morning I took the last step of that walk on the bridge between Kittery and New Hampshire," Bellows told the crowd. "But rest assured, this isn't the end. This is the beginning."
Bellows used the event to criticize the voting record of her Republican opponent, incumbent Susan Collins, and to characterize herself as a "working class" candidate.