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Ex-Maine GOP Chair Rick Bennett backs Eric Brakey for U.S. Senate

Former chairman of the Maine Republican Party Rick Bennett on Thursday endorsed state Sen.

Eric Brakey’s bid for a seat in the U.S. Senate.“Eric has demonstrated the kind of principled leadership and dedication to accountable governance that we need …

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Candidates generally skeptical of expanding U.S. effort in Afghanistan

Political challengers who hope to represent Maine in the nation’s capital are divided about how best to deal with the nation’s longest war.
Though several are skeptical of President Donald Trump’s overhaul of American policy toward Afghanistan…

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MEET ERIC BRAKEY

Shake hands with Eric, and let him know
the issues important to you.
Portland Seadogs Stadium
7:00pm
Sept. 19th, 2017

MEET ERIC BRAKEY

Shake hands with Eric
Portland Seadogs Stadium
7:00pm
Sept. 19th, 2017

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ABOUT ERIC

Eric Brakey is an American politician and the State Senator for District 20 in the Maine Senate after defeating Democratic challenger Kimberly Sampson with 62% of the vote. He was Maine State Director for the 2012 Ron Paul presidential campaign winning a majority of Maine delegate seats to the 2012 Republican National Convention. After working for Ron Paul’s 2012 presidential campaign, Brakey led Defense of Liberty PAC, a libertarian political action committee in Maine.

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