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Encyclopedia > Governor of Maine

This is a list of Governors of Maine since statehood in 1820.



# Name Party Term
1 William King Democrat 18201821
2 William D. Williamson Democrat 18211821
3 Benjamin Ames Democrat 18211822
4 Albion K. Parris Democrat 18221827
5 Enoch Lincoln Democrat 18271829
6 Nathan Cutler Democrat 18291830
7 Joshua Hall Democrat 18301830
8 Jonathan Hunton National Republican 18301831
9 Samuel E. Smith Democrat 18311834
10 Robert Dunlap Democrat 18341838
# Edward Kent Whig 18381839
# John Fairfield Democrat 18391841
# Edward Kent Whig 18411842
# John Fairfield Democrat 18421843
# Edward Kavanagh Democrat 18431844
# Hugh J. Anderson Democrat 18441847
# John W. Dana Democrat 18471850
# John Hubbard Democrat 18501853
# William G. Crosby Whig 18531855
# Anson P. Morrill Republican 18551856
# Samuel Wells Democrat 18561857
# Hannibal Hamlin Republican 18571857
# Joseph H. Williams Republican 18571858
# Lot M. Morrill Republican 18581861
# Israel Washburn, Jr. Republican 18611863
# Abner Coburn Republican 18631864
# Samuel Cony Republican 18641867
# Joshua L. Chamberlain Republican 18671871
# Sidney Perham Republican 18711874
# Nelson Dingley, Jr. Republican 18741876
# Seldon Connor Republican 18761879
# Alonzo Garcelon Democrat 18791880
# Daniel F. Davis Republican 18801881
# Harris M. Plaisted Democrat 18811883
# Frederick Robie Republican 18831887
# Joseph R. Bodwell Republican 18871887
# S. S. Marble Republican 18871889
# Edwin C. Burleigh Republican 18891893
# Henry B. Cleaves Republican 18931897
# Llewellyn Powers Republican 18971901
# John Fremont Hill Republican 19011905
# William T. Cobb Republican 19051909
# Bert M. Fernald Republican 19091911
# Frederick W. Plaisted Democrat 19111913
# William T. Haines Republican 19131915
# Oakley C. Curtis Democrat 19151917
# Carl E. Milliken Republican 19171921
# Frederic H. Parkhurst Republican 19211921
# Percival P. Baxter Republican 19211925
# Ralph Owen Brewster Republican 19251929
# William Tudor Gardiner Republican 19291933
# Louis J. Brann Democrat 19331937
# Lewis O. Barrows Republican 19371941
# Sumner Sewall Republican 19411945
# Horace A. Hildreth Republican 19451949
# Frederick G. Payne Republican 19491952
# Burton M. Cross Republican 19521955
# Edmund Muskie Democrat 19551959
# Robert Haskell Republican 19591959
# Clinton Clauson Democrat 19591959
# John H. Reed Republican 19591967
# Kenneth M. Curtis Democrat 19671975
# James B. Longley Independent 19751979
# Joseph E. Brennan Democrat 19791987
# John R. McKernan, Jr. Republican 19871995
# Angus King Independent 19952003
# John Baldacci Democrat 2003

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Maine Writers: C (10187 words)
Romance author and lifetime Mainer Janet Chapman was born in northern Maine and lives now in a log home on a lake in Glenburn, Maine, with her husband and sons.
Born in Blue Hill, a 1909 Univ. of Maine graduate, with a Ph.D. in English from the Univ. of Minnesota, 1922, and honorary degrees from the Univ. of Maine, 1928; Bowdoin, 1933; Colby College, 1937; Northeastern University, 1947; and Smith College, 1949.
Maine Public TV also provides biographical information on Chute as well as excerpts from her works and a list of her favourite books.
Third Party Watch » Blog Archive » LaMarche Enters Maine Race (960 words)
The current national co-chairman of the Green Party of the United States and the party’s national vice presidential candidate in 2004, LaMarche ran as a Green for governor in Maine in 1998 and secured 7 percent of the vote.
Seven years since her previous run for governor, LaMarche maintained that Maine’s political landscape has changed and that the Green Independent Party is here to stay.
The candidate’s brief presentation Thursday was short on details of what she hopes to accomplish as governor other than that she would develop platforms to address jobs, health care, education and tax reform.
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