GUBERNATORIAL ELECTION IN MAINE
In two weeks Maine residents will go to the poles to vote for a governor to represent the state.
Maine, like the rest of the country, has a loud Tea Party contingent that represents about thirty percent of the voting population.
During the last gubernatorial election the Democratic vote was split between the Democrat and Independent candidates; resulting in the election of the Tea Party Republican Paul (Pepe’) LePage.
Thus, Paul LePage squeaked by and Maine ended up with a moron (perfectly acceptable in the Republican Party) as governor.
This year the same scenario exist with the possibility of the same outcome.