It’s time again for Maine’s Political Pulse.
Maine Public's Chief Political Correspondent Steve Mistler and Senior Political Correspondent Mal Leary spoke with Deputy News Director Susan Sharon about differences between Maine's higher and lower profile races.
Maine’s U.S Senate race is one of the most closely watched in the country. But flying well under the radar are state legislative races and control of the Maine House and Senate. But Mal says there are some toss-up races worth noting.
Then the team discusses recent developments in Maine’s U.S Senate race, including high profile endorsements and some recent polling - including a poll that showed quite a difference between candidates, but which might not be all that useful.
- 34 Mainers running unopposed for the Legislature this November
- As Money Flows Into Senate's 'Marquee Race,' Conflicting Claims About Its Effects
- BDN: How to sort out the deluge of polls in Maine’s heavily watched 2020 races
- Poll: Biden Maintains Lead Over Trump With Likely Voters
- NYT: Virus Pulls Down Trump, Poll Shows, and G.O.P. Senators Suffer With Him
- News Center Maine: Collins picks up endorsements from Mass. Gov., former Maine Sen. Cohen
- BDN: Ranked-choice voting gives longshot Lisa Savage toehold in Maine’s US Senate race
Maine's Political Pulse was produced this week by Willis Ryder Arnold. Caitlin Troutman is the digital producer. The theme music was performed and recorded by Rob Holt.