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    Chief Justice of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court Leigh Saufley administers the oath of office to senators on Wednesday.

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    State Sen.-elect Erin Herbig, D-Belfast introduces her 3-year-old son Charles Herbig to Sen.-elect Paul Davis, R-Sangerville, before the swearing-in cerenomy on Wednesday at the Maine State House in Augusta.

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    Senate Republican Leader Dana Dow, R-Waldoboro, speaks during a session on Wednesday at the Maine State House in Augusta.

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    State Sen. Troy Jackson, D-Allagash, listens to speeches nominating him for Senate president on Wednesday at the Maine State House in Augusta.

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    After being sworn in Secretary of the Senate Darek Grant shakes with Sen. Brownie Carson, D-Harpswell, as he walks to front to take up his duties on Wednesday.

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    Sen. Catherine Breen, D-Falmouth, snaps a photo of Sen. Troy Jackson taking the oath of office as Senate president on Wednesday at the Maine State House in Augusta.

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    The Maine House and Senate were back, in joint session to elect attorney general treasurer and secretary of state. First up was Matt Dunlap (seen here watching the proceedings) who was nominated to continue serving as secretary of state.

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