Former Maine Governor Paul LePage today, Feb. 16 submitted enough signatures to qualify for the ballot, becoming the first gubernatorial candidate to do so.
LePage turned in ballot signatures today. He says Gov. Janet Mills should use surplus – which his campaign has called one-time, “funny money” – to immediately lower income tax.
Maine income tax accounts for ~40% of state revenue, or $1.6B.
Projected surplus is $830M#mepolitics pic.twitter.com/T6UKJOliYa
— Steve Mistler (@stevemistler) February 16, 2022
It’s official- former Maine governor Paul LePage has submitted what he says is enough signatures to qualify his name for the 2022 gubernatorial ballot. @WGME @FOX23Maine pic.twitter.com/e0NuAUpjIS
— WGME Photojournalist ?? (@MENewsPhotog) February 16, 2022
Former Governor Paul LePage submits signatures and paperwork for another run at the governor’s office. LePage says it’s time to remove the masks in schools and spoke out against vaccine mandates. He says if Maine people are just responsible, we can beat COVID. @WGME @FOX23Maine pic.twitter.com/wr1kd5cBrb
— Brad Rogers WGME (@BradWGME) February 16, 2022
Massive crowd in Augusta for @PaulLePage2022 as he becomes the first gubernatorial candidate to submit enough signatures to qualify for the ballot.#mepolitics pic.twitter.com/sFa8jvNkzG
— Andrew Mahaleris (@Mahaleris) February 16, 2022
LePage criticizes Mills; hands in petitions to run for governorhttps://t.co/71Belm4akz
— Kennebec Journal (@KJ_Online) February 16, 2022
Former Governor Paul LePage will submit official paperwork to the secretary of state on Wednesday to qualify for the November ballot. https://t.co/uBvFfhLhnV
— CBS 13 News (@WGME) February 16, 2022
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