It appears that those who prepared the referendum on the CMP corridor have tied this referendum to the legal laws of Maine having to do with retroactivity. This referendum should have been a straight up-and-down vote, not tied to anything else. It should have been an up-and-down vote on the corridor only.

The November referendum on the corridor needs to be without strings; without loopholes; without tricks; and without being forced to vote no in order to push the corridor project to be carried out.

The people do not want the corridor on the conditions that have been laid out.  I don’t believe that the way the referendum was written was done correctly for the Maine people.


Essie Golden


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