Angus King wins Maine Senate race

November 6, 2012

Former Maine governor Angus King, an independent, is the winner of the state's open Senate seat. 

Now that King has apparently been elected to the Senate, questions will persist about whether he will caucus with Democrats. Despite steadfastly refusing to pick a party to caucus with during the campaign, national Democrats and Democratic-leaning outside groups dumped millions into the race to ward off a win by Republican Secretary of State Charlie Summers when the polls narrowed.

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Aaron Blake covers national politics and writes regularly for The Fix.
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