Unenrolled candidates announce bids

By Juliette Laaka | Jun 03, 2014

Augusta — Local unenrolled contenders for political office announced their candidacies June 2.

District 94

Represents Camden, Rockport, and Isleboro.

Unenrolled candidate Owen Casas of Rockport will campaign against Incumbent Democrat Joan Welsh of Camden and Republican Carole Gartley of Rockport.

Welsh served on the Reapportionment Commission and is the chairman of the Environment and Natural Resources Committee.

District 95

Represents Warren, Appleton, Hope and part of Union.

Two unenrolled candidates, Christian Neils of Appleton and Gary Sukeforth of Union will run against former four-term Republican Legislator Wesley Richardson and Green Party Candidate Randall Parr of Appleton.

Knox County Sheriff

Unenrolled candidate Michael Phillips of Warren will run against Incumbent Democrat Donna Dennison of St. George.

The primary election is slated for Tuesday, June 10, and the general election is Nov. 4.

Comments (1)
Posted by: paula sutton | Jun 06, 2014 08:06

Running  for elected office is a huge undertaking and I appreciate all the individuals who are committed to participating in the process .  It takes enormous time and effort to campaign and raise money.  This democratic process is one of fundamental foundations America is based upon and to be a voter is to honor those who came before us and secured these rights we enjoy today.



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