"I expect that they are going to claim that my client is unstable," Cynthia Dill told Portland Press Herald (http://bit.ly/QHtxho ). "I believe they're going to argue that these problems - the unlawful order to destroy public documents and the harassment that my client suffered - was not something that they did, but somehow the fault of my client."
"People don't want to take that chance," she said. "I think Democrats in Maine are very loath to split the vote. The Democrats do not want another Republican to win."