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Brian Duff interviewed for Associated Press story on Maine's three-way gubernatorial race

bduffBrian Duff, Ph.D., UNE associate professor of political science, was interviewed for a Nov. 11th Associated Press story on Maine's gubernatorial race, which seems to be set with three candidates: current Governor Paul LePage, a Republican, Congressman Mike Michaud, a Democrat, and Eliot Cutler, an independent.

Many observers see the early race as a competition between Michaud and Cutler for the centrist vote.

Duff told AP that voters will watch the polls that periodically come out to see whether Michaud or Cutler has momentum. Read the story, which appeared in several regional media outlets, including the Boston Globe.

Duff is the author of The Parent as Citizen: A Democratic Dilemma. He has also published research on feminist theory, voting, and the politics of race and ethnicity.

Posted on: 11/12/2013

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