By Matt Wickenheiser
PORTLAND, Maine – The five contenders for the Blaine House talked about business clusters, how to spur innovation and ways to improve Maine’s roads and bridges at a Portland Regional Chamber forum this morning.
With less than a month before the Nov. 2 election, the venue at the Holiday Inn by the Bay was packed with almost 600 attendees at the hourlong forum. Recent polls have indicated a tight race between Republican Paul LePage and Democrat Libby Mitchell, with independents Eliot Cutler, Shawn Moody and Kevin Scott trailing. Polls have also shown an increase in the number of undecided voters.
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