Kevin Miller

Reporter, Bangor Daily News

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Reporter covering state politics for the Bangor Daily News

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Twelve months after the US chose Barack Obama as the first black president, there is widespread disillusionment with politics in general.

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Twelve months after the US chose Barack Obama as the first black president, there is widespread disillusionment with politics in general.

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Twelve months after the US chose Barack Obama as the first black president, there is widespread disillusionment with politics in general.

Local Politics with National Impact

Twelve months after the US chose Barack Obama as the first black president, there is widespread disillusionment with politics in general.

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