With the 2015 election in the rearview mirror, it is time to look ahead to 2016: Not to the presidential election or the congressional races, but to what referendum issues might be lurking on the ballot for Mainers to decide. 2015 was, in fact, not only an off-year election, but an odd one at that. […]
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