MAINE 4 Electoral Votes
Population 
(Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Maine Department of the Secretary of State)
Total Population, April 2000                      1,274,923
Voting Age Population, Nov. 2000                968,000
Total Registration, Nov. 2000                       947,189
Dem. 297,405 (31.40%)   Rep. 278,228 (29.37%)   Ref. 3,114 (0.33%)   Grn Ind. 8,743 (0.92%)  Unenrolled 359,699 (37.98%)
Maine has: 16 counties w/ 22 cities, 424 towns, 51 plantations and 416 unorganized townships.
Five largest counties: Cumberland, York, Penobscot, Kennebec, Androscoggin.

Government
Governor: Angus King (I) re-elected in 1998.
State Legislature: Maine Legislature   House: 79D, 71R, 1I   Senate: 20D, 14R, 1I
Local: Cities and Towns   NACO Counties
U.S. House: 2D -  1. T.Allen (D) | 2. J.Baldacci (D).
U.S. Senate: Olympia Snowe (R) up for re-election in 2000, Susan Collins (R) up for re-election in 2002.
Changes as of the November 2000 Elections
State Legislature: All 151 House seats and all 35 Senate seats were up.  House: 89D, 61R, 1I  Senate 17D, 17R, I1
U.S. House: Both members re-elected.
U.S. Senate: Olympia Snowe (R) re-elected.

The Pine Tree State
 

 State of Maine
Secretary of State

Constitution Party of ME
Green Indep. Party of ME
Libertarian Party of ME
ME Democratic Party
ME Republican Party
Natural Law Party-ME
Reform Party of ME

Bangor Daily News
Media (Newsp.)
Media (TV)

Politics1-ME
 

General Election -- Tuesday, November 7, 2000
Past Results
1996
Clinton (Dem.).......312,788
(51.62)
Dole (Rep.)............186,378
(30.76)
Perot (Ref.).............85,970
(14.19)
Nader (Grn.).............15,279
(2.52)
Others (3+w/ins).......5,482
(0.90)
Total........605,897

1992
Clinton (Dem.).......263,420
(38.76)
Perot (Ind.)............206,820
(30.43)
Bush (Rep.)...........206,504
(30.39)
Others (3+w/ins)........2,755
(0.41)
Total........679,499

Results
2000
Browne/Olivier (Lib.)
3,074
(0.47)
Buchanan/Foster (Ref.)
4,443
(0.68)
Bush/Cheney (Rep.)
286,616
(43.97)
+Gore-Lieberman (Dem.)
319,951
(49.09)
Nader/LaDuke (Grn.)
 37,127
(5.70)
Phillips/Frazier (Const.)
 579
(0.09)
Other
 27
 - 
Total........651,817
Overview
In 1992 and 1996, Mainers provided Ross Perot with his strongest showings percentagewise of any state. They have twice elected independent Angus King as governor.  While the two House members are Democrats, both Senators are Republicans.  About 38% of the electorate are unenrolled voters.  In short, Maine's voters tend to be independent-minded.  In 2000 they backed Gore with a plurality of 33,335 votes (5.12 percentage points).  He carried the 1st CD, which covers Southern Maine up to Augusta, by 50.52% to 42.59% with 5.82% for Nader (176,293 to 148,618 and 20,297).  The 2nd CD was closer--indeed right up to Election Night the Bush camp had hopes of gaining one elector--but it did go for Gore 47.43% to 45.56% with 5.56% for Nader (143,658 to 137,998 and 16,830).
General Election Activities
Note. Maine Statutes, Title 21A § 802 states, "One presidential elector shall be chosen for each congressional district and 2 at large."
Primary Election: June 13, 2000

Presidential Preference Primary:  Tuesday March 7, 2000

On Mega-Tuesday March 7, 2000 there were presidential primaries in eleven states, including five New England states--ME, CT, MA, RI, and VT.
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Republicans
Total Vote
Percent
Gary Bauer1 324
 0.34%
+George W. Bush  49,308
51.03%
Steve Forbes1  455
 0.47%
Alan Keyes  2,898
 3.00%
John McCain  42,510
44.00%
Uncommitted
1,038
1.07%
Total
96,624
1. Candidate withdrew before primary but was on ballot.

Total Delegates 
14 of 2,066 (0.7%).
 
 
 
 

 



   
Democrats
Total Vote
Percent
Bill Bradley 26,520
41.26%
Richard Jan Epstein
192
0.30%
+Al Gore 34,725 54.02%
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
208
0.32%
Uncommitted  2,634 4.10%
Total     64,279
 

Total Pledged Delegates
23 of 3,537 (0.7%).
Total Delegates
32 of 4,335 (0.7%).

Copyright 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001  Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action.
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