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With the state pretty evenly divided on party lines, what many fail to realize is just how different the state’s two political parties are structurally. For reasons that have more to do with history than ideology, Republicans are more of a loosely affiliated confederation while Democrats are a tightly controlled centralized outfit.
Currently, students graduating high school with a 'B' average or higher in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Vermont and Connecticut can attend UMaine for the cost of in-state... 0