Democrat Cynthia Dill was in a debate in Lewiston Saturday.Prior to that she said she’s continuing to spread the message that she’s offer a new perspective in Washington, “we Mainers need to stick together. We need to send new leadership. We don’t need the status quo. We don’t need extreme politics, we don’t need extreme wealth. What we need is a middle class, working mother, fighting for Maine families and that’s what I offer. We need more women in the Senate, we need younger people, we need a new generation of leadership.”All of the candidates for the seat being vacated by Senator Olympia Snowe spent their Saturday night debating, Dill, Summers, King and independents Andrew Ian Dodge and Danny Dalton.