The U.S. Chamber of Commerce attack on Angus King was a stunning display of gross arrogance.

Where does the U.S. Chamber get the nerve to tell Maine people how to vote?

It has no idea about the challenges faced by Maine businesses.

Recently, a group of Maine’s business leaders came forward to defend King and criticized the chamber for running a dishonest ad. The chamber avoids disclosure laws, allowing donors to remain nameless and faceless.

Maine’s economy grew when King was governor. He improved our schools by making our children the most computer-literate in the nation and brought research and development firms to Maine.

King is one of the most down-to-earth individuals I have met. Maine people understand that King was successful as governor and that he will continue to be successful in helping businesses succeed as our next U.S. senator.

Nathan J.R. Grant

Gardiner

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