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Susan Collins hasn’t changed much, but Maine has.

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Senator Susan Collins is a Republican leader that serves on the behalf of Maine. She has lost several key endorsements to Democratic challenger Sara Gideon this election cycle. However, she received the full support last week of at least one group in her state: The anti-LGBTQ, anti-abortion Christian...

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