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Partner, father and liberal Democrat. I am a native Michigander living in San Francisco who is a citizen of the world.

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ME-GOV: Sen. Collins to endorse LePage as he launches campaign for governor

U.S. Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, will endorse former Republican Gov. Paul LePage Wednesday in a pre-recorded video as LePage kicks off his campaign to challenge Democratic Gov. Janet Mills in 2022.

Collins, who is serving her fifth consecutive term in the Senate, won reelection in 2020 with 51 percent of vote.

“As Maine recovers from the pandemic, Paul is the best candidate to grow our economy,” Collins says in the minute long video, which was released exclusively to the Press Herald on Wednesday afternoon.

“Paul and I believe that Maine’s small businesses our the backbone of our economy,” Collins says. “We must support our job creators and Maine’s hard-working families. Paul is a job creator, that’s his background, he’s done it before and he will do it again.”


https://www.pressherald.com/2021/09/22/collins-endorsing-lepage-as-he-launches-campaign-for-governor/

Sen. Susan Collins won't support abortion-rights bill

WASHINGTON — As Democrats consider legislation to respond to a new Texas state ban on abortion after about six weeks of pregnancy, they have lost the support of one of the few remaining Republicans who support abortion rights.

Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) said Tuesday she opposes the Democrats’ bill, which would prohibit states from enacting restrictions on abortion through fetal viability.

The House is expected to approve the bill Friday. In the Senate, Democratic leaders are considering whether to bring it to a vote.

Democrats, led by bill author Sen. Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut, say their legislation would “codify” the Supreme Court’s Roe vs. Wade decision legalizing abortion.

But in a brief interview, Collins said the bill goes further than that by interfering with existing law that ensures health professionals who object to abortion are not required to participate in it.


https://www.latimes.com/politics/story/2021-09-22/sen-susan-collins-says-she-would-oppose-abortion-rights-bill

Senate Democrats flip 10th Circuit Court of Appeals from Red to Blue

https://twitter.com/ballsstrikes/status/1440089906949226497?s=21

Dems look poised to pass a 5D-1R gerrymander in Oregon.

https://twitter.com/redistrict/status/1440086343749541893?s=21

No shit.

https://twitter.com/uberfacts/status/1440171684468695040?s=21

Extra Bonus Tweet of the Day

https://twitter.com/donwinslow/status/1440160912875290625?s=21

Bonus Tweet of the Day

https://twitter.com/hjessy_/status/1440139140763316229?s=21

Watching different Canadian networks cover the election.

And they all look disappointed that Trudeau is returning as PM. We’re they hoping for a Tory victory?

GA-SEN: Hershel Walker Brags About Playing Russian Roulette

Georgia U.S. Senate candidate Hershel Walker (R) told Howard Stern that he’s played Russian roulette as least six times “because I love competition so much… I just love to compete.”




https://politicalwire.com/2021/09/20/hershel-walker-brags-about-playing-russian-roulette/

Bonus Tweet of the Day

https://twitter.com/datadrivenmd/status/1439600875987615746?s=21
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