Who do you support for Governor in Ma...
j freeman

Falmouth, MA

#22 Oct 23, 2010
i can't vote for any democrat. their platform stands for murdering the innocent in the womb.

Since: Oct 09

Location hidden

#23 Oct 23, 2010
Are you ignorant of what has occurred in Augusta in the past 20 years? Maine is ridiculed for poor economic policies for a reason. Go ahead, check out what Mitchell has voted for with YOUR money in the past 10 years!

Since: Oct 09

Location hidden

#24 Oct 23, 2010
Sandi Duchesne wrote:
She is experienced and knows how to work with people, unlike LePage who is a hotheaded bully and Cutler who is an ivory-tower policy wonk. Libby can and will work with both parties to reform government and make Maine work again.
Experienced in spending more than we can afford. Working with people means that you have an absence of values. Maine will NOT prosper with the same failed policies of the past. How can you think that the same governance will be positive when we have 20 plus years of data that demonstrates that liberalism is a failure? it is preposterous to think that an Augusta insider will reform anything. What are possibly thinking will change? Change does NOT happen if no change occurs. Do you really think that the status quo represents change?!
P Anderson

Stetson, ME

#25 Oct 24, 2010
Eliot is the only candidate with creative thinking to get us out of this mess. LePage is an idiot and Mitchell is entrenched.
Maurice P. Morin

Sanford, ME

#26 Oct 25, 2010
will reform the welfare system, this has to be dealth with. I have seen a family go on for four generations, completely out of control.
Susan Hartman

Bingham, ME

#27 Oct 25, 2010
Fresh ideas from a businessman. Maine needs a fresh start!
Julie Parisien

United States

#28 Oct 25, 2010
He will make Maine more business friendly by cutting taxes and eliminating wasteful spending.

Houlton, ME

#29 Oct 25, 2010
We need someone who is not just one of the usual candidates with agendas and buddies in Augusta
G Fox

Sanford, ME

#30 Oct 25, 2010
Not fond of any of the candidates, but I wouldn't give my keys to a nutjob like LePage so I certainly won't give him our governorship.

Casco, ME

#31 Oct 25, 2010
Libby has been in Augusta for 30+ years. If she had a plan to fix our mess, she would have implemented it by now!
Clay Jackson

Biddeford, ME

#32 Oct 26, 2010
I think that we need a fresh new perspective ,and i think that she has the intelligents that we need in this state to do the job at hand.....
Aroostook Insider

Casco, ME

#33 Oct 26, 2010
Clay Jackson wrote:
I think that we need a fresh new perspective ,and i think that she has the intelligents that we need in this state to do the job at hand.....
Fresh new perspective? How is electing Libby going to give us a fresh new perspective? She's been in Augusta for thirty years.
Angel K

Keene, NH

#34 Oct 26, 2010
We need someone who can stand up for the working class people, someone who will listen and fight for the people of Maine.

Portland, ME

#35 Oct 26, 2010
As a business owner with 20+ employees, Paul LePage was my clear choice. Libby Mitchell has made many decisions and statements which prove that she doesn't know how to help private industry out of our recession.

Portland, ME

#36 Oct 26, 2010
Honesty and works hard for the average working family.

Fryeburg, ME

#38 Oct 26, 2010
Cutler is the best candidate by far....He is the one who will bring change....there is no bonds if you are neither republican or democrat. you get the best of both sides

Lisbon Falls, ME

#39 Oct 27, 2010
I want real people to face our real problems.. I'm tire of lies and fancy people telling us what we want to hear. Have expectations and get things done.
Ardys Goodine

East Central Franklin, ME

#40 Oct 27, 2010
We need Paul to salvage what we can of Maine
Bobby Barnhart

Brunswick, ME

#41 Oct 27, 2010
He thinks outside the box and ran a very positive campaign.
Nate Marvin

York, ME

#42 Oct 28, 2010
Paul LePage fails to understand how government can and has helped people; he is simply unthinking anti-government. Remember: it was un- or poorly- regulated big business, greed, and poor political leadership that brought us our present economic woes. I also would find it difficult to vote for someone who tried to cheat on his taxes.
Libby Mitchell has honorably served in state government for many years and truly understands the difficult issues facing state and local governments. Her campaign has been lacking in energy, but this does not take away from her knowledge and abilities. She is by far the best choice.

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Warren Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
Four Ways Lawyers Cheat Their Clients (Nov '11) Oct '17 Jesse 4
News Sen. Collins of Maine to announce governor's ra... (Oct '17) Oct '17 Big Al 5
Timothy MacArthur (Jul '17) Jul '17 Long lost sis 1
News Public hearing tonight in South Thomaston on pr... (Dec '16) Dec '16 Mark Baitbag 2
News Local Man Still Awaiting Extradition to New Orl... (Jun '08) Nov '16 Bonnie 24
News Leaky Roof Getting You Down? (Oct '12) Dec '14 Gary Puntman 2
News Rockport couple injured in Warren collision (Sep '14) Sep '14 Terminator36 3

Warren Jobs

Personal Finance

Warren Mortgages