A Democratic Party backed political action committee targeting Maine governor race has topped $1 million in spending, most to oppose Republican candidate Shawn Moody, as part of a coordinated nationwide effort to sway races that could flip congressional redistricting power back to the Democrats.A Better Maine reported spending $343,805 on the governor race in recent days, with $264,000 earmarked for anti Moody advertising, $44,500 for polling and $35,325 for ads supporting Democratic candidate Janet Mills.The source of the vast majority of A Better Maine donations has not been reported, with only $65,000 from the Democratic Governors Association filed so far, Coach COOPER CARRYALL according to state campaign finance reports. The next deadline for reports naming donors is Oct. 5.Earlier this year, the Democratic Governors Association announced it planned to spend $20 million in gubernatorial races in eight states including Maine that could determine which party has control over drawing electoral boundaries in 2021. Congressional redistricting is only done once each decade and Maine is among 26 states where the governor has the power to approve or reject congressional maps that will be redrawn after the 2020 Census.
DGA officials say wins in Maine and other targeted states could nearly wipe out the Republican congressional advantage if Democratic governors were able to forge favorable maps. Republicans are targeting many of the same states while also hoping to flip Democratic governorships in Minnesota and elsewhere, and protect their turf in Arkansas, South Carolina and Texas.The timing of the ad buys is not unusual, but the level of outside spending in the race is of note, particularly in light of the redistricting issue, said one political analyst.of this money flowing in from out of state indicates this is an important race, said James Melcher, a political science professor at the University of Maine at Farmington. an open seat race, Coach million in spending in Maine governor polling almost even and it not an expensive media buy. said Democrats may also be more focused after the 2014 race : thought four years ago that LePage was a lot more vulnerable than he was. that race between Gov. Rep. Mike Michaud, the governor weathered a full throated challenge by the Maine Democratic Party, which cleared the field of primary challengers for Michaud while aligned interest groups spent millions boosting his candidacy in the most expensive gubernatorial race in state history.Outside groups poured over $11.5 million into the campaign. The spending by progressive groups was countered by the Republican Governors Association, which made defending LePage seat a priority. LePage joined several Republican incumbent governors in victory, a number of whom national observers had considered endangered.
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