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Bangor Democrats tap Ambureen Rana for newly open House seat


Democrats in Bangor chose Ambureen Rana on Saturday as their nominee for one of the Maine House seats representing the city, after incumbent Rep. Barbara Cardone, who was on the ballot to run for reelection in November, withdrew from the race.

Rana won the nomination in a Democratic caucus held at the Bangor Masonic Hall on Union Street. She’ll appear on the ballot as the Democratic candidate in November to represent the new House District 21, which includes portions of Bangor’s east and west sides.

Rana was one of three candidates local Democrats nominated for November contests over the weekend. Democrats from throughout Penobscot County chose a replacement candidate for the county treasurer post after Stephen Stanley withdrew from the race late last month. And Democrats from Senate District 2, which includes portions of Penobscot and Aroostook counties, also chose a nominee.



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