Left Targets Susan Collins in False Ads on Medicare

The group running the ads, Maine Momentum, is classified for tax purposes as an educational nonprofit. As such, its donors are not subject to disclosure. While the group is not permitted to openly electioneer for a candidate, it is led by former Democratic operatives. In fact, one of its executives was recently employed by one of the Democrats running against Collins.

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Making waves in Maine’s woodlands

Senator Susan Collins visited an active logging and teaching site Friday, Aug. 2.

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The Old Town Paper Mill is back up and running with new ownership

The Old Town Mill is back up and running after nearly three years of sitting vacant.

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Casco Bay Lines gets federal grant to finish terminal improvements

The $3.4 million will help pay to extend and repair the mainland ferry pier.

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FACT CHECK: HAVE YOU SEEN THIS AD?

Ad claims Collins supports cutting Social Security and Medicare; Facts Prove Otherwise

Bangor, Maine – Maine Momentum, a so-called “social welfare” organization that appears to exist solely to attack Senator Susan Collins, is currently running a negative, and false, television campaign around the state.

Following is a FACT CHECK from the Collins for Senator campaign:

 

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Parade kicks off Dorcas Fest in Buxton

Annual Buxton event packs in a variety of activities

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Newly created Bethel Community Forest to diversify town's recreational economy

U.S. Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, delivered remarks at the Aug. 9 event...

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Sen. Collins tours pie factory in Oxford

Kasandra Morton, left, U.S. Sen. Susan Collins and Valley View Orchard Pies Vice President Lisa Dunham discuss the pie-making process Friday during a tour of the facility. The company recently received a $100,000 Community Development Block Grant. The funds will help with refrigeration, heat and humidity control, and with creating two new jobs, Dunham said. Collins is chairwoman of the Transportation, Housing and Urban Development Appropriations Subcommittee, which oversees funding of the CDBG program.

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Navatek and Front Street Shipyard cooperate on $8 million ONR project

“Maine is home to the best shipbuilders in the world...

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Collins updates Belfast Rotary on prescription drug, biomedical research efforts

U.S. Sen. Susan Collins attended Belfast Rotary Club’s Aug. 7 meeting to discuss her efforts to reduce the cost of prescription drugs and the importance of investing in biomedical research.

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