Mainers expect results from whomever is leading.

The legislative session that recently came to a close in Augusta was no ordinary session: For the first time since the early 1990s, Maine government was divided with a Republican in the Blaine House and Democrats holding legislative majorities. Because of that, predictions for this session were bleak.

We are proud to report that with patience, persistence and a willingness to take the high road, Democrats delivered results for the people of Maine. We set clear priorities, we developed a plan, and we worked with our Republican colleagues to pass laws that will help Maine people.

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