Maine Insights

The New C&L Aerospace Paint Hangar opening in Bangor

Congressman Michaud attended the opening of the new  C&L Aerospace hangar, which federal funding he secured helped make possible.</p />
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Largest solar complex in Brunswick, Maine, compleated

Maine’s largest solar power complex has been completed and stands at the former Naval Air Station.

The system will produce 1.2 megawatts of power, or about 8 percent of the needs of Bowdoin College. The ground mounted system is comprised of more than 4,000 solar panels at four locations.Under a win-win arrangement, SolarCity financed and built the system and will own and maintain the solar installations, while Bowdoin will purchase all generated power.

FairPoint Workers in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont On Strike

At 12:01 a.m. on Friday, October 17th, nearly 2,000 employees of FairPoint Communications (FRP) in northern New England will go on strike. Early Friday morning they will establish picket lines at hundreds of work sites across Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont.

Cutler’s selfish approach greatly increases the odds of LePage’s’ re-election


Eliot Cutler does not think he’s the best candidate for governor: He thinks he’s the only candidate. Consider this statement he made in May:

“I don’t believe either Mike Michaud or Paul LePage has the skills, temperament or independence to lead Maine and rebuild our economy. I am running to make sure neither is elected and that I am, and I feel confident that on Election Day I will be poised to be Maine’s next governor.”

Remember Poliquin’s misuse of his position as Treasurer?

wcaap1-215x300This article should make folks question Bruce Polquin’s integrity. How would he hurt the state;s reputation in D.C.?

Maine State Treasurer Poliquin misuses position for personal gain
Lawmakers press for answers and demand accountability by Poliquin

By Ramona Du Houx – June 5th, 2012 ·

The insights of Shenna Bellows from her 350 walk across Maine

Shenna Bellows walks into Waterville during her 350 mile walk across Maine to connect with people. Photo Ramona du Houx

Shenna Bellows walks into Waterville during her 350 mile walk across Maine to connect with people. Photo Ramona du Houx

Michaud Receives 100% on National LGBT equality Congressional scorecard

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“Put the Middle Class First” bus campaign tour in Bangor, Maine

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The “Put the Middle Class First” bus campaign tour held a press conference in front of the Paul Bunyan statue on Main Street in Bangor October 7th.

Gender equality now! join He for She

At the U.N. General Assembly:

Maine’s Workforce Committee receives the President’s Award from MDF for Innovative Workforce Development Initiatives