Mills, Moody jab each other gently in another tepid debate

Good morning from Augusta. Maine’s gubernatorial candidates met in their second-to-last debate on Sunday and the squabbling was again minimal as the hopefuls looked to make their closing statements in a race to be decided in eight days.

Aside from one chippy exchange, the front-runners — Attorney General Janet Mills, a Democrat, and Republican businessman Shawn Moody — stayed their courses and highlighted their respective backgrounds in and out of politics. Mills out-raised him by a lot during the past month or so as well, raising her fundraising edge to $2.8 million overall to his $1.8 million.

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