On an Election Day some call the most consequential in decades, our panel discusses the history of elections in Maine and the United States.
Herb Adams, adjunct professor, Southern Maine Community College; former longtime state representative from Portland
Jeffrey S. Selinger, associate professor, department of government and legal studies, Bowdoin College
- Midterm 2018 Resources from Maine Public
- Nearly 80 percent of Americans concerned lack of civility in politics will lead to violence, poll says
- What is the Electoral College?
- James Gillespie Blaine lost the 1884 presidential election to Grover Cleveland in an especially contentious race - the Library of Congress has some political cartoons from this race
- Analysts Say Maine Independent Voters Aren’t All That Independent
- Should the U.S. Get Rid of Political Parties?
- As Maine goes...
- Behind the Picture: 'Dewey Defeats Truman'
- Resources for Ranked-choice Voting
- One year, four governors and a forgotten Republican