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    Gov. Paul LePage refers to a list of Maine towns and cities and how they would benefit financially with revenue sharing if his budget is passed, during an interview in Waterville last week.

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    Paul LePage, as mayor of Waterville, makes an opening statement in 2005 during a mayoral debate at Colby College in Waterville.

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    Paul LePage smiles in 2005 after announcing he will seek re-election as Waterville’s mayor at a Republican Caucus.

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    Paul LePage, seen in 2005 when he was mayor of Waterville, left, and former Waterville City Councilor John Fortier await election results at the American Legion. LePage defeated his Democratic challenger, Donald N. Dufour, by about 500 votes.

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    Gov. Paul LePage laughs at the thought of running for other public office positions, including the presidency, during an interview last week in Waterville.

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