PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Records show Maine's former Republican governor had a previously undisclosed meeting with an official of a Canadian hydropower utility pushing a 145-mile transmission project through Maine.
The Portland Press Herald reports the newspaper has obtained former Gov. Paul LePage's 2018 calendar, along with hundreds of pages of records related to his travel that year.
LePage did not make his daily schedule public ahead of time, unlike his Democratic predecessor. The records also revealed some trips that had never been disclosed.
Records show he spent all or part of at least 80 days outside Maine in 2018.
LePage took five trips to Washington, D.C., to visit Trump administration officials, including a previously undisclosed trip in September.
His spokeswoman didn't respond to multiple requests for comment.
Information from: Portland Press Herald, http://www.pressherald.com