Former Governor Angus King was first elected to the Senate in 2012 when a three-term incumbent retired. He ran and won as an independent, one of only two in the Senate, supported by Democratic political organizations, and has chosen to caucus with the Democrats.

He is likely to face two opponents again in 2018, a little-known Democrat and possibly controversial Governor Paul LePage, who campaigned and governed like Donald Trump before the President took office. Senator King is favored, but three-way races, common in Maine, have proved unpredictable. 

King serves on the Senate Armed Services Committee. On the committee, he has spent much time focusing on the nuclear weapons issues as well as cyber-security. In 2013–2014, King received a perfect 100%. in 2015–2016, the Senator voted for the Iran nuclear deal and against “poison pill” amendments designed to kill the agreement. 

In voting for that agreement, he stated, “I have concluded that the terms of this agreement are preferable to the alternatives and that it would be in the best interest of the United States to join our partners in approving it.”
 

 

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