Angus King Wins in Maine, Two Independents in the U.S. Senate Now

Angus King has been polling ahead in the U.S. Senate race in Maine for months now. Tonight, he made the decision final when he was swept to victory in the race by a majority. King joined Bernie Sanders as Independents who will likely caucus with Democrats. Bernie Sanders of Vermont likewise cruised to victory, winning over 70% of the vote.

6 thoughts on “Angus King Wins in Maine, Two Independents in the U.S. Senate Now

  1. Guest

    Unfortunately not another 3rd party or independent got elected to Congress, or any big position to the best of my knowledge; so we’re left with pretty much the same scene as before the election. 🙁

  2. just independent

    Apparently Mitch McConnell didn’t even call King to gauge his interest in caucusing. How useless is that guy?

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