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In less than a month, on Nov. 6, Maine voters will choose the state's next governor from among four candidates: Democrat Janet Mills, a Farmington resident who now serves as Maine's attorney general; Republican Shawn Moody, a Gorham resident who founded an employee-owned chain of auto body repair shops; Independent Terry Hayes, a Buckfield resident who now serves as the state's treasurer; and Independent Alan Caron, a Freeport resident who is a small business owner and founder of Envision Maine, a nonprofit supporting small businesses that took a hiatus when he announced his run for governor. Whoever is elected to succeed two-term Republican Gov. Paul R. LePage, the state's next governor will face significant challenges — the opioid crisis, an aging workforce, the significant economic gap between rural and urban Maine and the high health care and electricity costs, to mention just a few.
Who do you think is best suited to lead Maine on these and other issues?
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