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    Governor candidates’ forum 10.03.18 - Staff photo by Ben McCanna | of | Share this photo

    Maine candidates for governor, from left, Alan Caron, Terry Hayes, Janet Mills and Shawn Moody, participate in at the Portland Regional Chamber of Commerce's monthly Eggs & Issues forum at Holiday Inn by the Bay on Wednesday.

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    Alan Caron, one of two independent candidates for governor, has pledged to decide in mid-October whether to stay in the race, withdrawing if he does not think he could win.

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    Governor candidates’ forum 10.03.18 - Staff photo by Ben McCanna | of | Share this photo

    Terry Hayes, one of two independent candidates for governor, said she'd focus on investing in teaching and learning, with social services for students delivered outside of school hours so that instructional time isn't lost. From left are independent candidate Alan Caron, Hayes and Democratic candidate Janet Mills.

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    Democratic candidate Janet Mills took some jabs at Gov. Paul LePage, accusing him of sitting on bonds for projects ranging from highway repairs to senior housing. "You won't see me doing that," Mills said.

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    Republican candidate Shawn Moody pushed backed against an ad campaign criticizing him for saying that public schools are "overfunded."

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