Maine

Roundup of Maine Senate races in central Maine

Senate District 3

Bradlee T. Farrin, a Republican incumbent, won by 11,217 votes, defeating opponent Shawn G. Bean, a Democrat who had 5,895 votes. The district serves the Kennebec County communities of Benton, Clinton and Unity Township; in Somerset County, Canaan, Detroit, Madison, Norridgewock, Palmyra, Pittsfield and Skowhegan; and in Penobscot County, Dixmont, Etna, Newport, Plymouth, and Stetson.

Senate District 5

Russell Black, a Republican, led an open three-way race by 9,982 votes against opponent Stanley Wheeler, a Democrat and independent Douglas A. Thomas, who had 6,093 and 2,056 votes, respectively, with 35 of 39 counties reporting. The district serves the Kennebec County communities of Rome and Vienna; in Somerset County, Anson, Athens, Bingham, Brighton Plantation, Cambridge, Caratunk, Central Somerset, Cornville, Dennistown Plantation, Embden; Harmony, Hartland, Highland Plantation, Jackman, Mercer, Moose River, Moscow, New Portland, Northeast Somerset, Northwest Somerset, Pleasant Ridge Plantation, Ripley, Seboomook Lake, Smithfield, Solon, St Albans, Starks, The Forks Plantation and West Forks plantation; and in Franklin County, Carrabasset Valley, Chesterville, East Central Franklin, Farmington, Industry, Kingfield, New Sharon, New Vineyard, Strong, Wilton, and Wyman Township.

Senate District 14

Craig V. Hickman, a Democratic incumbent, led by 8,884 votes against opponent Jeffery P. Hanley, a Republican, who had 8,614 votes with 11 of 12 counties reporting. The district serves the Kennebec County communities of Chelsea, Farmingdale, Gardiner, Hallowell, Manchester, Monmouth, Pittston, Randolph, Readfield, Wayne, West Gardiner and Winthrop.

Senate District 15

Matthew Pouliot, a Republican incumbent, won by 9,668 votes, defeating opponent Storme Jude St. Valley, a Democrat who had 6,990 votes with nine of 10 counties reporting. The district serves the Kennebec County communities of Augusta, Belgrade, China, Mount Vernon, Sidney, and Vassalboro.

Senate District 16

David P. LaFountain, a Democrat, led the open race by 5,164 votes against opponent Michael D. Perkins, a Republican, who had 4,271 votes with three of five counties reporting. The district serves the Kennebec County communities of Albion, Oakland, Waterville, and Winslow; and in Somerset County, Fairfield.

Senate District 17

Jeffrey Timberlake, a Republican incumbent, led by 8,656 votes against opponent Jo-Jean Keller, a Democrat, who had 4,630 votes with six out of 10 counties reporting. The district serves the Kennebec County communities of Fayette and Litchfield; and in Androscoggin County, Greene, Leeds, Lisbon, Livermore, Livermore Falls, Sabattus, Turner and Wales.


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