In her debate tonight against challenger Dem challenger Sara Gideon, Senator Susan Collins of Maine refused to say if she would be voting for President Trump in November:
Collins would not say! She is on the GOP ticket with Trump and won’t admit If she is voting for him
— Joe Sudbay (@JoeSudbay) September 11, 2020
She said that “I don’t think the people of Maine need my advice on who to support for president”:
"I don't think the people of Maine need my advice on who to support for president," Susan Collins says when challenged by Gideon on Trump.
Talks about PPP, health care, other issues she says she's heard from voters.
— James Arkin (@JamesArkin) September 11, 2020
And she said nobody is asking her this on the campaign trail:
Susan Collins says people of Maine don’t need advice from her on who should be next president; says no one on her bus tour asked her that question.
(She hasn’t said who she will vote for)
— Steven Dennis (@StevenTDennis) September 11, 2020
Maine Dems are all over it:
She did it again.
— Maine Democrats (@MaineDems) September 11, 2020
— Bangor Daily News (@bangordailynews) September 11, 2020
Sen. Collins also criticized the president over his comments to Bob Woodward:
Susan Collins at #Maine Senate debate tonight: "I believe that the president should have been straightforward with the American people. The American people can take hard facts and he had an obligation as president to be straightforward with them and to tell all that he has known"
— Jesse Byrnes (@jessebyrnes) September 11, 2020
The latest poll has the race tied:
— Bangor Daily News (@bangordailynews) September 10, 2020