Record Breaking Voter Turn-out, Sea-Goddess Apology & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
New leadership at the Lobster Festival have apologized to the 2018 Maine Lobster Festival Sea Goddess pageant winner who lost the title over online photos according to US News.
The pace of early voters this year indicated Maine could break records in this election according to centralmaine.com.
The Affordable Housing Coalition says more kids have lead poisoning under a new standard according to US News.
Over $2M has funded campaign over a first-in-the-nation ballot proposal to provide universal home care in Maine according to US News.
Waterville voters having their say on a limited ban on plastic bags according to centralmaine.com.
Augusta voters deciding on $1.6 million for street improvements according to centralmaine.com.
Auburn Police said a teenager found a bag of pot in their Trick-or-treat bag according to centralmaine.com.