Month in Review: The Top News Stories in Maine from October
Our panel of Maine editorial page editors returns to discuss the news that made Maine headlines in October. Issues we may discuss include: views on the impeachment inquiry, 2nd District Congressional Race update, local elections, and other news from around the state.
- Ben Bragdon, editorial page editor, Kennebec Journal and Morning Sentinel
- Susan Young, editorial page editor for the Bangor Daily News
- Greg Kesich, editorial page editor, Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram
- Maine Republicans Rally In Support Of Donald Trump Outside Jared Golden's Office
- Chellie Pingree Says Impeachment Vote 'Very Likely'
- League of Women Voters guide for November 5, 2019
- Ballot questions and local races should provide plenty of incentive to get out and vote
- Portland will elect a new mayor in 2019. Here are the candidates.
- Maine Wheelchair Athlete Competes In Regional Cross Country Championships
- Biddeford's Journal Tribune To Cease Publication After 135 Years
- no local news is bad news
- CMP Proposes Millions In Improvements To Lines To Defend Against Storm Outages
- Studies Show Climate Change Could Cause Maine's Lobster Population To Crash