Linn is still in



BAR HARBOR — U.S. Senate hopeful and resident Max Linn was given the OK to stay on Maine’s primary ballot in June after Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap threw out 230 ballot access petition signatures, leaving him with 18 more than necessary to qualify.

He will run against Eric Brakey (R-Auburn). Brakey’s campaign challenged Linn’s signatures after finding what they believed were fraudulent signatures.

Linn said in a press conference last week that he believed Brakey’s campaign was responsible for the fraudulent signatures, but no information has confirmed that notion.

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