Republicans Support Governor Mills (D) Reelection in “Mainers not Complainers” Coalition


A Lawn Sign on North Street on Munjoy Hill Supporting the Reelection  of Governor Janet T. Mills (D) in the Upcoming November 8th Election over Paul LePage (R).

Governor Janet T. Mills (D) Addressing the NationL Governors Association Summer Meeting  in Portland in July of 2022.

The Janet Mills for Governor campaign today unveiled a coalition of current and former Republican lawmakers supporting Governor Mills for Relection.

The lawmakers – State Senator Kim Rosen; former State Senators Roger Katz, Pat Flood, Joyce Maker, Chris Rector;and Karl Turner; former State Rep. Meredith Strang Burgess, and former Mayor of Bangor and Calais John Cashwell – are crossing the aisle to support Governor Mills (D), citing her bipartisan, consensus-driven approach to governing.

Building on their bipartianship support, the Janet Mlls for Campaign also announced a new TV ad featuring Rosen, Katz and Cashwell called “Mainers Not Complainers.”

“Janet Mills,  she brings people together.  She doesn’t care whose idea it is so long as its good for Maine,” they say in the ad.  “She fights probems, not people – and that’s our kind of governor.”

Their opinion of Paul LePage?

“Tantrums, distractions, fighting – it’s just bad behavior that costs Maine,” they say. “We’re Mainers, not Complainers.”

The new coaltion and TV ad underscores the bipartisan support that Governor iMllls has received from across the political spectrum.  Last week, Independent US Senator Angus King also endorsed Governor Mills for reelection, citing her work to reach across the aisle and solve problems.

Please visit post herein dated September 30, 2022 for endorsement by Senator Angus King (I) for Governor Janet T. Mills (D).

2 thoughts on “Republicans Support Governor Mills (D) Reelection in “Mainers not Complainers” Coalition

  1. I appreciate these Republicans supporting Janet Mills for governor. I am horrified by LePage and his record. I truly appreciate courageous Republicans recognizing the best candidate by far.

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