EXPOSED: DOCUMENTS SHOW LUCAS ST. CLAIR STILL REGISTERED IN PORTLAND, CAME BACK TO MAINE BY WAY OF SEATTLE, WA JUST A FEW SHORT YEARS AGO
- Documents show that during most insensitive, out-of-touch campaign launch in Maine history, St. Clair still registered to vote outside district he claims he wants to represent
- Previously, St. Clair was registered in Seattle, WA
- Voter data suggests St. Clair may have never even voted in Maine's Second Congressional District
- Maine GOP was at Portland City Clerk's Office Last Friday To Confirm
AUGUSTA – The Maine Republican Party today is releasing documents showing that Lucas St. Clair, infamous for jamming the national monument into existence despite local objections, is not even a registered voter in the Second Congressional District.
As of the end of the day on Friday, September 29th, 2017, St. Clair was still a registered Democrat in Portland, Maine, the heart of Maine's liberal First Congressional District, according to a document obtained from the city of Portland by the Maine Republican Party.
St. Clair's announcement today comes as the entire nation sits shocked by the horrific attack in Las Vegas, NV.
“This is without a doubt the most insensitive and out-of-touch campaign kick-off in Maine history,” said Jason Savage, executive director of the Maine GOP. “While our nation is just trying to come to grips with the horror of what just happened, Lucas St. Clair is launching a political campaign that shows how out-of-touch he is.”
“Even worse is that Mr. St. Clair could not even be bothered to actually register to vote in the district before launching his campaign,” said Mr. Savage. “A Seattle liberal by way of Portland, Maine is not a good fit for the people of Maine's Second Congressional District, and Mr. St. Clair's insensitive, out-of-touch announcement proves it.”
“Looking at voter data showing Mr. St. Clair's current and previous voter registration, combined with publicly available voter history, there is no evidence Mr. St. Clair has ever actually voted from the Second District,” concluded Mr. Savage.
“It appears his focus in the district has been forcing his opinion on rural Mainers, not living and voting among them. All signs point to Mr. St. Clair functioning as an outsider with his own agenda, completely out of touch with voters in the district."
Below you will find a copy of Mr. St. Clair's current Portland, Maine voter registration card as of the end of the day last Friday.