By DAVID HENCH, Staff Writer
Thursday, October 19, 2006
Take a look at where the candidates stand on various issues.
Phillip Morris NaPier says the defining moment in his political career was getting shot in the backside by a Windham police officer in 1995.
His positions in his independent bid for governor aren't exactly mainstream either.
A convicted felon, he encourages ex-convicts to move to Maine and vote for him as a path to a governor's pardon. He says police should not carry guns and that people sent to prison should do 30 days in maximum security then six months of military boot camp. And 16-year-olds should be allowed to vote.