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Mitt Romney
Press Release - Mitt Romney Announces Maine Endorsements
September 20th, 2011

Mitt Romney today announced endorsements of elected officials and leaders in Maine.

"It's an honor to receive the support of so many leaders in Maine," said Mitt Romney. "Our country is in need of a turnaround and I am excited to work with these great leaders to put America back on the path to prosperity."

Announcing his support, Attorney General William Schneider said, "Governor Romney understands what this country is facing. He has spent his life turning failing businesses, including the 2002 Winter Olympics, into successful enterprises, and as governor, he balanced the budget without raising taxes. That is the kind of leadership we need to restore America's greatness."

Maine Elected Officials And Leaders Endorsing Mitt Romney:

  • William Schneider; Attorney General
  • Peter Cianchette; Former U.S. Ambassador
  • Dave Emery; Former U.S. Congressman
  • Jon Courtney; Senate Majority Leader
  • Ron Collins; State Senator
  • Richard Rosen; State Senator
  • Lois Snowe-Mello; State Senator
  • Bruce Bickford; State Representative
  • Richard Cebra; State Representative
  • Dean Cray; State Representative
  • Stacey Fitts; State Representative
  • Leslie Fossel; State Representative
  • Ken Fredette; State Representative
  • Peter Johnson; State Representative
  • Jim Donnelly; Former House Republican Leader
  • Josh Tardy; Former House Republican Leader
  • Rick Bennett; Former Senate President & RNC National Committeeman
  • Jan Staples; RNC National Committeewoman
  • Charlie Cragin; Former National Committeeman
  • Maureen Cragin; Retired Naval Captain and former Assistant Secretary of Veterans Affairs for Public and Intergovernmental Affairs
  • Doris Russell; Former National Committeewoman
  • Hattie Bickmore; Former Maine Republican Party Chairman
  • Mark Ellis; Former Maine Republican Party Chairman
  • Steve Abbott; 2010 Republican Candidate for Governor
  • Jason Levesque; Former 2010 Republican Candidate for Congress
  • Tim Woodcock; Attorney and former Republican Candidate for Congress
  • Chris Gardiner; Washington County Chair
  • Howard Bickford: Wilton Town Republican Chair
  • David Coleman; Limerick Town Republican Chair
  • Gerald Morrison; Perry Town Republican Chair
  • Pat Percy; Phippsburg Town Republican Chair
  • Janet Plausse; Lincolnville Town Republican Chair
  • Jonathan Reisman; Cooper Town Republican Chair
  • George Sanborn; Poland Town Republican Chair
  • Glyneta Thomson; Surry Town Republican Chair
  • Ben Gilman; 2008 Maine State Victory Director
  • Ann Robinson; Co-Chair, Transition Team for Governor-Elect Paul LePage
  • Kathy Summers-Grice; General Consultant to the Maine Senate Republican Caucus
  • Halsey Frank
  • Merton Henry
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