Title

Some observers of the 1994 gubernatorial race contend that aside from the call f

Authors

Bob Young

Source

Casco Bay Weekly

Date

5-26-1994

Pages

7-11

Abstract

Some observers of the 1994 gubernatorial race contend that aside from the call for tax cuts on one side and a bit of an emphasis on social services on the other there is no real difference between the Democrats and the Republicans, particularly among the most viable candidates. Many Mainers, especially the 30 percent of voters who came out for H. Ross Perot in the 1992 presidential election, would probably agree that the state has but one political party, the Republicrats, and it's funded and controlled by the same powerful interests. Details, related article on independent candidates Jonathan Carter and Angus King.

Subjects

Campaigns, Political -- 1994, Candidates, Political -- 1994

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