RESULTS: Nov. 6, 2018 Election, Warrants and Polls: How the Midcoast voted
The 2018 midterm elections were feisty, but they are over, and here are the collected results for Knox and Waldo counties on local, state and federal elections and referendums.
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Question 4, Bond for construction and remodeling of university facilities: how Knox and Waldo counties voted
Question 2, Water quality, create wastewater treatment facilities: How Knox and Waldo counties voted
I’m voting for Daniels (Ward 1 Write-in), Moesswilde (Ward 2 on ballot), and Merkel (Ward 5 Write-in)
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Question 4 on the state ballot: Bond for construction and remodeling of University of Maine System facilities
Question 2 on the state ballot: Bond to improve water quality, create wastewater treatment facilities
Some municipalities have their own articles that voters will consider. They include:
School Administrative District 28 Warrant
Learn more about candidates seeking office in municipalities, Maine House and Senate, District Attorney’s office, the Blaine House, and U.S. Congress and Senate.
Penobscot Bay Pilot has posed questions to candidates running for District Attorney, Maine Senate and Legislature, providing the opportunity for the public to better understand their position on issues important to the state. The candidates have responded with their individual written answers.
Maine House of Representatives
District 91: Friendship, Union (part), Waldoboro, Washington
Simmons, Abden S, R-Waldoboro
District 92: Criehaven Township, Cushing, Matinicus Island Plantation, Mussel Ridge Township, South Thomaston, St. George, Thomaston
District 93: Owls Head, Rockland
Stanley, Maynard L Jr., R-Owls Head
District 94: Camden, Islesboro, Rockport
District 95: Appleton, Hope, Warren
District 96: Belmont, Liberty, Lincolnville, Montville, Morrill, Palermo and Searsmont
Robert Currier, R-Belmont
District 97: Belfast, Northport and Waldo
Janice Dodge, D-Belfast
Bevelyn Zakia Beatty, R-Belfast
District 98: Frankfort, Searsport, Swanville and Winterport
Scott W Cuddy, D-Winterport
District 99: Brooks, Burnham, Freedom, Jackson, Knox, Monroe, Thorndike, Troy and Unity
Maryann Kinney, R-Knox
April Turner, D-Freedom
District 131: Dedham, Orland, Otis, Penobscot, Prospect, Stockton Springs and Verona Island
Nathalie Arruda, D-Orland
Sherm Hutchins, R-Penobscot
District 134: Cranberry Isles, Deer Isle, Frenchboro, Isle au Haut, North Haven, Southwest Harbor, Stonington, Swan's Island, Tremont and Vinalhaven, plus the unorganized territory of Marshall Island Township
Philip Brady, Jr., R-Little Deer Isle
Genevieve McDonald, D-Stonington
District 11: Waldo County
District 12: Appleton, Camden, Criehaven Township, Cushing, Friendship, Hope, Isle au Haut, Matinicus Isle Plantation, Muscle Ridge Islands Township, North Haven, Owls Head, Rockland, Rockport, South Thomaston, St. George, Thomaston, Union, Vinalhaven and Warren.
Wendy Pelletier, R-Hope
District 13: Windsor; and in Knox County, the municipality of Washington; and In Lincoln County, the municipalities and unorganized territories of Alna, Boothbay, Boothbay Harbor, Bremen, Bristol, Damariscotta, Edgecomb, Hibberts Gore Township, Jefferson, Louds Island Township, Monhegan Island Plantation, Newcastle, Nobleboro, Somerville, South Bristol, Southport, Waldoboro, Westport Island, Whitefield and Wiscasset.
Laura Fortman, D-Nobleboro: Fortman’s senate campaign focused on economic justice issues
Dana Dow, R-Waldoboro: Sen. Dow promotes solutions over rhetoric in restoring Maine economy
District 6: Knox, Lincoln, Sagadohoc and Waldo counties
The guide, prepared by the Department of the Secretary of State in collaboration with the Office of the Attorney General, Office of the State Treasurer and Office of Fiscal and Program Review, is an unbiased and non-partisan review of the issues that voters will consider at the polls this November.
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