Paul LePage survived homelessness living on Lewiston’s streets, escaping a troubled home and poverty, to earn an advanced college degree and become a success story. From saving job creators from closure to growing the Mardens store chain even during a recession, Paul LePage proved that decades of hard work can equal success.
As Mayor of Waterville, he cut taxes without eliminating services. As our Governor, Paul grew Maine’s economy, helped eliminate wasteful spending, implemented welfare reform, and worked to improve education while tackling issues like domestic violence. Along with his wife Ann, one of Maine’s greatest First Ladies, Paul is ready to Move Maine Forward.
Janet Mills and Joe Biden drove inflation with debt-fueled spending. Paul will bring back fiscal responsibility.
As Governor, Paul LePage lowered Maine’s unemployment rate from 8% to near 3%. Now, we must fully recover again, not using one-time Washington money gimmicks, but with real, lasting, pro-jobs reforms.
Janet Mills forced Maine to divest from fuel investments. With her policies, along with Biden’s, Maine is paying the price. Senior Citizens and families must heat their homes. Paul will work to lower costs while protecting Maine’s environment.
As Governor Paul implemented the largest tax cut in state history. To make Maine more competitive with New Hampshire which has no income tax, he will help phase out the state income tax, starting with retiree and pension taxes. He will never tax Social Security.
Our rights, including the 2nd Amendment are central to Maine’s outdoor heritage. We must protect parents’ rights to have a voice in their children’s education.
As Governor, Paul LePage successfully paid off a massive hospital debt left behind that threatened care. Now, Janet Mills’ inflexible mandate caused healthcare workers to lose jobs, nursing homes to close, and hospitals to cut neonatal and other services. Governor LePage will reinstate workers to improve healthcare access.
“My vision for Maine is to create prosperity through a lower overall tax burden for residents and businesses; a smaller, more efficient state government that we can all afford; protecting our most vulnerable populations (our children, our seniors and persons with disabilities), empowering parents’ rights to decide their children’s future, and managing a welfare system that serves as a safety net for the truly needy – not a free for all.”
Paul LePage has said many times that his life really began when he was accepted to college. Escaping a violent home and moving away to
Maine’s nursing and long-term care facilities are struggling to remain open and deliver vital care for our most vulnerable populations. As Governor, I will not
Maine previously led the nation in welfare reforms to not only protect the neediest but to ensure people found their way back to dignified personal
Mainers understand how important it is to protect our electoral process. Consequently, Maine voters from across the political spectrum over-whelming support Voter ID initiatives. I
Mainers are facing significantly higher rates for electricity due to the Mill’s Administrations policy to force Maine ratepayers to subsidize massive solar farms across the
The Mills’ Administration’s vaccine mandates were so inflexible that healthcare workers and first responders were fired, and nursing homes closed. Her policies reduced access to
Maine’s environment and natural resources are key to our economy and define our way of life. Maine contains an estimated 17.6 million acres of forest
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