- Associated Press - Saturday, October 15, 2016

BANGOR, Maine (AP) - Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is headed back to Maine, where he hopes to win at least one of the state’s four electoral votes.

Trump is holding a rally in Bangor in Maine’s 2nd Congressional District, where polls indicate he has the strongest support in the state.

Maine splits its electoral votes by congressional district, so he could win one electoral vote even if he lost the 1st Congressional District and the statewide vote. But Republican Gov. Paul LePage believes Trump has a shot at winning the entire state.

It’s Trump’s fourth visit to Maine. He headed to Maine ahead of its presidential caucuses in March and has visited both Bangor and Portland since then.

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