Maine voters in 1974 gave 39 percent of the vote to James Longley, an independen
Maine voters in 1974 gave 39 percent of the vote to James Longley, an independent. The current gubernatorial race has two independent candidates running, Angus King and Jonathan Carter, and though many believe that an independent can be elected governor of Maine this year some are wondering whether King will be able to capture the imagination of Maine voters. Details.
Candidates -- Political -- 1994
"Maine voters in 1974 gave 39 percent of the vote to James Longley, an independen" (1994). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 13672.
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