Cynthia Dill

Rebecca Conley / Maine Public

The Across the Aisle panelists join us to offer analysis and reaction to Tuesday’s election results. We'll also hear from Maine Secretary of State Matt Dunlap about voting turnout and behavior, as well as from Maine Public's politcal reporters.

Political Preview

Jan 4, 2018
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We discuss the year ahead in Maine politics and what to expect from our local politicians--or aspiring politicians.

Guests:

Maine Public's "Across the Aisle" team joins us:

Meredith Strang Burgess, president and CEO of Burgess Advertising & Marketing and former Maine State Representative (Republican)

Cynthia Dill, lawyer and former Maine State Representative and State Senator (Democratic)

Dick Woodbury, economist and former Maine State Senator (Independent)


State of the State Analysis

Feb 8, 2017
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Our panel offers their perspective and analysis of Governor Paul LePage's State of the State address and budget priorities.

Guests:

Michael Cianchette, former counsel to Gov. Paul LePage from 2012-2013 and deputy counsel from 2011-2012. He holds a BA in economics and political science from Boston College along with a JD and an MBA from Suffolk University. He works as in-house counsel and financial manager for a number of affiliated companies in southern Maine.

Cynthia Dill, civil rights lawyer and former State Senator.

Election Results

Nov 9, 2016
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The Across the Aisle team joins us to discuss the results of Tuesday's election.

Guests:  Cynthia Dill - an attorney with the Portland firm of Troubh Heisler and former Democratic state senator.

Meredith Strang Burgess of Burgess Advertising and Marketing and former Republican lawmaker.

Dick Woodbury, an economist who served in the Maine Senate as an independent.  

Campaign photo

It's Thursday, and on this week's edition of "Across the Aisle," we look at some of the top stories in Maine politics, including a deal independent Eliot Cutler says he's making with voters in this year's governor's race. Keith Shortall spoke with Cynthia Dill, a practicing attorney and former Democratic state senator; Dan Demeritt, a political consultant and former communications director for Republican Gov. Paul LePage; and independent state Sen. Dick Woodbury, economist and tax policy consultant for the Cutler campaign.

(A transcript of this story is not available.)

 

Dan Demeritt and Cynthia Dill in the MPBN studios in Portland.
Tom Porter/MPBN

The union endorsement of Sen. Susan Collins is the subject of this week's Across the Aisle, with Dan Demeritt, political consultant and former communications director for Republican Gov. Paul LePage, and Cynthia Dill, a practicing attorney and former Democratic U.S. Senate candidate.

[A transcript is not available]

Dan Demeritt and Cynthia Dill (r.) Democratic pundit at the MPBN studios in Portland.
Tom Porter/MPBN

Another Thursday is upon us, and thus, another installment of "Across the Aisle," our weekly look at Maine politics with Cynthia Dill, a practicing attorney and former Democratic state senator, and Dan Demeritt, a political consultant and former communications director for Gov. Paul LePage.

Cynthia Dill is a practicing attorney and former Democratic state senator, and Dan Demeritt is a political consultant and former communications director for Gov. Paul LePage.

  Our series of Your Vote 2012 interviews continued with Cynthia Dill, the Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate in the November Election. Cynthia serves in the Maine Senate, representing District 7, South Portland, Cape Elizabeth and part of Scarborough.

Host Keith Shortall asked her why she is running and which issues she believes are most important to the citizens of Maine.

Cynthia Dill's website