SOUTH CHINA — Gov. Paul LePage will speak about domestic violence and bullying at 1 p.m. today at Erskine Academy.

LePage will distribute booklets to students that list resources to help with domestic violence and bracelets that promote domestic violence awareness with the governor’s motto “If it is to be, it’s up to me.”

“Teens are in touch with what’s going on around them and I want them to know that they have the power to stop domestic abuse,” LePage said in a prepared statement. “Young men must be the solution to eliminating this heinous behavior.”

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