The investigation into the disputed District 25 Senate race begins Tuesday.
The Special Elections Committee chaired by Senator Roger Katz is
tasked with determining the winner of the race.
Unofficial results had shown democrat Cathy Breen winning the race by a small margin, but a recount flipped the results in favor of her republican opponent Cathy Manchester.
The republican-led senate voted to seat Manchester until the investigation is complete.
Democrats have called into question 21 ballots for Manchester that were found during the recount but were unaccounted for election day.
This morning the League of Women Voters urged the committee to conduct a fair, thorough and transparent investigation putting voter interests above partisan ones.
A meeting to discuss the interstate striped bass fishery plan is on tap for tomorrow.
The informational meeting is being held to discuss an addendum to the interstate striped bass fishery management plan.
The plan was recently approved by the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission and directs coastal states to reduce the harvest of striped bass by 25 percent.
Maine has a year-round recreational only striped bass fishery. Current regulations allow a person to take one fish per day.
The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Yarmouth Log Cabin in Yarmouth.