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As part of Maine Public's coverage of election issues throughout the year, we feature this Your Vote 2020 interview with candidates who will be on the ballot during the primary election on July 14.

We speak with two primary candidates to learn about their views on current events, the issues they are prioritizing, and what they feel voters need to know about them.


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As part of Maine Public's coverage of election issues throughout the year, we feature this Your Vote 2020 interview with candidates who will be on the ballot during the primary election on July 14.

Two Democratic primary candidates for U.S. Senate will be interviewed to learn about their views on current events, the issues they are prioritizing, and what they feel voters need to know about them.

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Sen. Angus King, junior U.S. senator from Maine, joins us to discuss the latest news from Washington, D.C., including federal response to the pandemic, his work on the president's economic task force and what criteria he is looking at for reopening the economy. He'll also address issues like the fate of the U.S. Postal Service, which currently struggling to survive.

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We discuss the history of impeachments and the Senate impeachment trial, its outcome, the votes of Sens. Angus King and Susan Collins, and we get listener reactions to the impeachment process.


Your Vote Candidate Interviews: Mark Holbrook and Angus King

Oct 12, 2018
Maine Public

Maine Calling speaks with the candidates as part of Maine Public’s Your Vote 2018 coverage.

Maine Public

Maine Calling speaks with the candidates as part of Maine Public’s Your Vote 2018 coverage.

Maine Public

Maine Calling speaks with the candidates as part of Maine Public’s Your Vote 2018 coverage.

1-1:30 p.m.: Alan Caron, independent candidate for governor

1:30-2 p.m.: Eric Brakey, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate

For more Your Vote 2018 resources, visit mainepublic.org/yourvote.

  

  Congresswoman Pingree discusses the latest news and public policy issues in Washington and Maine.

Host Keith Shortall speaks with:

Chellie Pingree was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1955, the youngest of four children. Chellie moved to Maine as a teenager, attended the University of Southern Maine, and graduated from the College of the Atlantic, in Bar Harbor. After college, she moved to North Haven island.

Senator King

Nov 25, 2013

  Senator Angus King will answer questions about how budget negotiations are proceeding, his efforts to bridge the partisan divide, and other issues in the news.

Host Jennifer Rooks was joined by 

Senator Angus King

  The former Senator from Maine discussed her new book "Fighting for Common Ground - How We Can Fix the Stalemate in Congress." She joins us from a studio in Washington, DC.

 Host Jennifer Rooks was joined by former Senator Olympia Snowe.

Election 2012

Oct 23, 2012

  An examination of the House and Senate races in Maine as well as the Presidential campaign.

Host Keith Shortall was joined by: 

Mike Cuzzi - former campaign aide to President Barack Obama. He manages the Portland office for VOX Global.

Dan Demerit - Republican political consultant and public relations specialist. He is a former campaign aide and communications director for Gov. Paul LePage.

  Our series of Your Vote 2012 interviews continued with Angus King, former Governor and current Independent Candidate for the U.S. Senate in the November Election.

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

Angus King's website

  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

  Our series of Your Vote 2012 interviews continued with Danny Dalton an independent candidate for the U.S. Senate in the November Election. He has experience working with several agencies of the Federal Government, and has served in the US Air Force, Army, the Reserves and the National Guard. He currently is a Maine small business owner and manufacturer in Bath.

Host Keith Shortall asked him about which issues he believes are most important to the citizens of Maine.

  Our series of Your Vote 2012 interviews continued with Charlie Summers the Republican Candidate for the U.S. Senate in the November Election, and currently Maine's Secretary of State. He has experience as a small businessman and is a veteran of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.

Host Keith Shortall asked him why he's running for the Senate and which issues he thinks are most important to the citizens of Maine.

Charlie Summers website

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