Bob Maheu

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Bob Maheu

Maine Democratic Socialists of America Public Facebook Group

Members of Maine Democratic Socialists of America Public Facebook Group, as of October 15, 2017, included Bob Maheu.[1]

Maine DSA 2018 endorsements

Southern Maine Democratic Socialists of America, April 19 2018;

Maine Clean Elections funding powers truly democratic elections. Southern Maine DSA endorsed Clean Elections candidates Betsy Sweet For Governor, Jeremy Mele For State Representative, Mike Sylvester, and Bob Maheu only have until tomorrow, April 20 to submit their $5 qualifying contributions. Will you help keep our democracy accountable to citizens, not corporations?[2]

Running for Legislature

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Bob Maheu ran for Maine Legislature in 2018.

DSA endorsement

Press Release: Southern Maine DSA Endorses Bob Maheu in June primary for Maine State Representative, District 65 Posted March 22, 2018 by Kate Sykes.

For Immediate Release

March 22, 2018

Meg Reilly, Chair megcreilly@gmail.com / (315) 404-1576

Southern Maine DSA Endorses Bob Maheu in June primary for Maine State Representative, District 65

PORTLAND, ME – The Southern Maine chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America (SMDSA) voted on Monday, March 12 to endorse DSA member Bob Maheu for Maine House of Representatives District 65 in the June Democratic Party primary.

“I am pleased and honored to receive the endorsement of the Southern Maine Democratic Socialists,” Maheu said. “The chapter’s previous endorsements were for candidates running for office in the city of Portland, and now they’re supporting someone from the northernmost part of Cumberland County.”[3]

"Say no to racism"

Harlan Baker June 1, 2018:

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Tonight’s Say NO to Racism stand. Monument Square is fast becoming Portland’s answer to London’s Hyde Park. In addition to us there was a demonstration against the killings in Gaza,a lone demonstrator asking us to believe in God, petitioners for Planned Parenthood, and leafleting for the League of Women Voter’s guide for the June elections. — with Craig C. Dorais, Tim Goodwin, Barney McClelland, Bob Maheu, Eileen Manglass, Shaaron Hendry, Seth Berner and Barbara White.

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