Ronald Reagan would have turned 100-years-old later this week. The former president died seven years ago but today Governor Paul LePage honored the 40-th president.At a State House ceremony LePage proclaimed February 6th to be Ronald Reagan day in a Maine. Dozens of people, including several members of LePage’s, team, were on-hand in the hall of flags for the presentation.During his speech Governor LePage spoke about his three favorite presidents. Abraham Lincoln, Harry Truman, and Ronald Reagan who LePage says has been a major inspiration for him. LePage also got some laughs when he told the crowd he would like to emulate some of Reagan’s skills that earned him the nickname “The Great Communicator.” “I pledge myself to read a lot and study Reagan so that by the time that I’m done being Governor I will be politically correct,” LePage said.