Maine Attorney General Janet Mills, a Democrat from Farmington who once made history as Maine's first female district attorney, has won the Blaine House in Augusta and will succeed Republican Paul LePage as Maine's first female Governor.

According to unofficial results as reported by the Portland Press Herald, Mills has defeated Republican Shawn Moody and Independent Terry Hayes in a three-way race for Governor. Moody conceded the race to Mills just after midnight on Wednesday morning.

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