Maine’s five gubernatorial candidates say they all want to get rid of unneeded state regulations if elected.Responding to an Associated Press survey, Eliot Cutler said he wants to get rid of annual car inspections. Libby Mitchell wants to give business more say on environmental regulations. Paul LePage promises an audit of the state’s rules and regulations. Kevin Scott says agricultural water runoff permits are one target. And, Shawn Moody wants to get rid of Maine’s cap on depreciation of the cost of business equipment.Moody also wants to allow businesses to carry forward to the next year their losses to offset gains, as federal law permits.