A bumper crop of contenders is beginning to emerge for the top jobs that will be
A bumper crop of contenders is beginning to emerge for the top jobs that will be filled by the Legislature after the November elections. Three of the most important jobs available are those of attorney general, secretary of state, and president of the senate. Among those interested in the attorney general's job are Thomas H. Allen, state representative Andrew Ketterer, and Janet Mills, the district attorney for Androscoggin, Franklin and Oxford counties. Secretary of State William Diamond might be challenged by state representative Anne Larrive, D-Gorham, and state representative James Mitchell, D-Freeport. Topping the list to succeed Senate President Dennis Dutrembel are Senator Majority Leader Donald Esty, D-Westbrook, and state senator Alton Cianchette, D-Palmyra. Details.
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"A bumper crop of contenders is beginning to emerge for the top jobs that will be" (1994). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 13540.
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