Pam Bondi faced a tight reelection race during the March fundraiser, which cost an estimated $3,000 per-person to attend.
Arrest data undermines Maine Gov. LePage's outrageous claims about Black drug trafficking in Maine. He refuses to release the contents of his binder with evidence.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage said he will not resign. State lawmakers and residents are urging him to step down or get professional help.
Maine's Republican leaders had enough of their governor's racist rants and profanity. They plan to hold a private meeting before deciding on what actions to take.
Earlier this month, Maine Gov. Paul LePage came under fire for saying Black Men named D-Money and Shifty visit the state to sell drugs and impregnate White girls.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage is under fire for making racist statements at a town meeting on Wednesday, saying, "drug dealers with stereotypically black names are importing heroin to Maine and leaving pregnant white women behind when they leave the state again," according to Think Progress.
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