Susan Collins, last vestige of New England GOP representation in Congress, fighting for political life
Added 10-26-20 07:29:01am EST - “Today, Sen. Susan Collins is not only fighting for her political life in one of the most-watched races, but she is also the last vestige of New England GOP representation in Congress from what was a heavily Republican region in a…” - Foxnews.com
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Maine Republican Senator Susan Collins says ‘people want end to gridlock’; Molly Line reports on the latest.
Almost 100 years ago, the Vermont-born former Massachusetts governor Calvin Coolidge was president — and widely considered the nation’s most conservative president alongside Ronald Regan.
In 1936, only the states of Maine and Vermont went to Republican presidential nominee Alf Landon when Democratic President Franklin Roosevelt won a massive reelection landslide.
In the 1950s, a GOP political dynasty was born in Connecticut with the election of Sen. Prescott Bush.
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