Voters Guide 2000 on Questions 1 through 6 on Maine's Nov. 7 referendum ballot,
Voters Guide 2000 on Questions 1 through 6 on Maine's Nov. 7 referendum ballot, as well as brief profiles and the positions of candidates running for seats in State Senate Districts 23 (Democrat Beth Edmonds, Republican David Snow and Moderate Independent Robert Toothaker III), 26 (Democrat Carol Kontos and Republican Karl Turner), 29 (Republican Adam Mack and Democrat Bill O'Gara), and 31 (Democrat Peggy Pendleton and Republican Mark Sangster); State House Districts 21 (Unenrolled candidate John Leighton Jr. and Republican Glenys Lovett), 22 (Republican Harold Clough and Democrat Bob Pendleton), 28 (Libertarian Richard Eaton and Democrat Ron Usher), 29 (Republican Lyle Cramer and Democrat Robert Duplessie), 42 (Democrat Daniel Crewe, Natural Law candidate Nate Hagelin and Republican Terry McKenney) and 48 (Democrat Tom Bull and Republican Millard Pray); Cumberland County Commissioner (Democrat Richard Feeney and Republican John Ridge); and Cumberland County Register of Probate (Democrat Herb Adams and Republican Oleg Svetlichny).
Candidates, Political -- 2000, Referendums (State)
Diamon, Al, "Voters Guide 2000 on Questions 1 through 6 on Maine's Nov. 7 referendum ballot," (2000). Maine News Index – Casco Bay Weekly. 3704.
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