Former Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R) “often made headlines but not always for not the right reasons” during his eight years in office but told WCSH that the time away from office has changed him and that’s why he’s running for governor again.
Said LePage: “The big change in me has been the last four years watching what’s going on in the country. I am absolutely convinced that if we continue to hate each other, if we don’t find a path to at least like each other and respect each other, our country is in for doom. Our constitution will not survive. We need to find a path to have civil discourse so we can talk both sides of the argument.”Save to Favorites