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Political Candidates in Maine

The table lists all candidates who have either registered with the Federal Election Commission(FEC) or appeared on a ballot list prepared by state elections office of Maine.

Please click the name to view the basic information about the candidate, including name, address, state, district, registeration year, party affiliation and candidate stuatus(incumbent, challenger or open seat, as well as compaign fund summary.

1Richardson, Ralph BlaineHouse Republican Party 2Challenger
2Michaud, Michael H.House Democratic Party 2Incumbent
3Raye, Kevin LHouse Republican Party 2Challenger
4Levesque, Jason JohnHouse Republican Party 2Challenger
5Scontras, Dean PHouse Republican Party 1Challenger
6Lawrence, MarkHouse Democratic Party 1Open Seat
7Pingree, Chellie MHouse Democratic Party 1Incumbent
8Courtney, Jonathan T EHouse Republican Party 1Challenger
9Calder, Patrick DHouse Republican Party 1Challenger
10Woods, Stephen MSenate Independent 0Open Seat
11Poliquin, Bruce LSenate Republican Party 0Open Seat
12Plowman, Debra D.Senate Republican Party 0Open Seat
13Summers, Charles Edward JrSenate Republican Party 0Open Seat
14Bennett, Richard ASenate Republican Party 0Open Seat
15Schneider, William JosephSenate Republican Party 0Open Seat
16King, Angus Stanley JrSenate Independent 0Open Seat
17Pollard, Justin BenjaminSenate Democratic Party 0Challenger
18Dill, Cynthia AnnSenate Democratic Party 0Open Seat
19Dunlap, Matthew GordonSenate Democratic Party 0Open Seat
20Hinck, JonSenate Democratic Party 0Open Seat
21D'Amboise, Laurence ScottSenate Republican Party 0Open Seat
22Coffman, RalphPresident Independent 0Challenger
23Carroll, James JPresident Democratic Party 0Challenger
24Collins, Susan MSenate Republican Party 0Incumbent
25Snowe, Olympia JSenate Republican Party 0Incumbent
26Ledue, Thomas JohnSenate Democratic Party 0Challenger

Note: Incumbent/challenger status is dynamic in the current election cycle and there may be delays in identifying districts that will involve open seats.

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