The Maine Republican party will consider censuring Senator Susan Collins after she voted to convict former President Trump according to a report from the Hill.
Collins is just one of several GOP Senators facing backlash in their home state after their vote to convict Trump.
Here's where we are with state GOPs:
Censure effort underway
Toomey (PAGOP chair already condemned his vote)
More here 👇 https://t.co/aOiLSN0mpq
— Andrew Solender (@AndrewSolender) February 16, 2021
Per The Hill “Helen Tutwiler, the chair for the Kennebec County Republican Committee, told News Center Maine that she knows “a lot of people” are “asking the GOP to do something,” adding, “What exactly that is, I’m not sure.”
The report adds that Maine GOP Chair Demi Kouzounas told members “many of you are upset after what happened today as are we” and “to be prepared for an emergency state committee meeting in the near future” to discuss Collins’s vote.