Monthly Archives: November 2012

Charlie Webster’s Last Stand

It’s almost December and the time for the Maine Republican Party to officially look ahead of the Charlie Webster era is near. The State Committee will vote on Saturday for their new chairman, picking from two Republican State Representatives who will not be back in the Legislature in 2013. Representative Rich Cebra, who was termed […]

Earmarking Ignorance

Perhaps the most misunderstood topic when it comes to politics is the role of the earmark. There is no shortage of outrage from your standard conservative and mainstream Republican about pork barrel-this and pork barrel-that. Somehow, it ends up being used as a weapon against Congressman Ron Paul, who ran for President on the Restore […]

Governor LePage Endorses Rich Cebra For Maine Republican Chair

After repeated speculation regarding the endorsement of Governor Paul LePage in the State Republican Chair race, it is finally confirmed that his support is behind Representative Rich Cebra of Naples. For quite some time now, the rumor has been floated among Republicans that his support was with the well-respected Naples State Representative, but nothing had […]

GOP National Committeeman Mark Willis Calls For Charlie Webster’s Immediate Resignation

Recently, Maine Republican Party chairman Charlie Webster made some comments to the media regarding a specific race of individuals who were voting on Election Day. In an interview, he stated “In some parts of rural Maine, there were dozens, dozens of black people who came in and voted on Election Day. Everybody has a right […]