Governor LePage Shares Lobster Lunch with N.C. Governor

Erica Stapleton

Updated 9 months ago

Governor LePage also enjoyed some lobster Saturday while making his campaign rounds.

He took North Carolina Governor, Pat McCrory to lunch at the “Governor’s” Restaruant – a very appropriate location for the two politicians.

The men talked about the lobster industry here in Maine.

LePage said events like this where he can get out to the people are the best part about being Governor.

“There’s no secret over the last four years that I govern to the people more than I do to the legislators so it’s important that we stay in contact with the people,” says LePage.

“I’m a mayor who’s been in office now one year in the 10th largest state in the United States and I use him as a role model on how to increase the number of jobs and how to make the tough decisions,” Gov. McCrory explains.  ” Other governors throughout the United States so much respect him because he says what needs to be said.”

LePage echoed the McCrory’s statement and said that Washington needs to start being honest and listen to the people.

  • Alice Clark Goldsmith

    Has that governor ever heard all the foul language that comes out of Paul Lepage…maybe he should do a little reading.

    • sam

      He has probably heard the truth and honesty that comes from his mouth.


    I love this guy. A real honest smart man that does not back down to the low life types that infest the capitol.

  • sam

    Cool! Lepage doesn’t pander, hope McCrory is the same.

  • Jim Nickerson

    Good job governor, a lot of small business’s behind you, we like picture ID’s on welfare cards next is drug testing for welfare cards, if they need help they have to play by the rules.


    Thanks for leting all the little kids in maine know the easter bunny is not realand that poor people can not cellibrate JesusS life and death,did TAX DOLLARS pay for the lobster lunch????and what about the under paid single parents that work their rumps off that qulify for food stamps,Mainly speaking the female whom gets lower pay then the male.OH and about the drug testing,IF that passes then EVERY ONE in the state NEEDS to be TESTED and whom is going to pay for that.