Maine state Lottery winners
Another big winner in the Jumbo Bucks family of games. Kenneth Corbin of Clinton won 0, 000 playing the $250, 000 Jumbo Bucks scratch game. His big winner was purchased from J&S Oil in Winslow. Congratulations and enjoy!
Congratulations to Cecil Burgess for winning 0, 000 playing the 20X THE MONEY scratch game. He purchased his winning ticket at PW Plummer and Son in Buxton. Enjoy!
Congratulations to Bobbie Marie Stuart for winning 0, 000 playing the Golden Casino scratch game. She purchased her lucky winner from Robinson's Mobil Mart in East Corinth. Enjoy!
Congratulations to Joshua Brougham of Sydney who won , 000 playing the Liberty Bells scratch game. His lucky winner was purchased from J&S Oil in Lewiston. Enjoy!
The bad news for Heather Macleod is that her Caesars scratch ticket does not qualify for the second chance drawing for a trip to Las Vegas. That's because only non winning tickets are eligible. The good news is that her ticket was a winner worth 0, 000! Heather's winner was purchased from the Coastal Convenience in Old Orchard Beach. Enjoy your winnings!
Maine Crossword was the lucky game for Edwin Rogers who won , 000 on the game. Edwin purchased his big winner from the Rite aid in Brunswick. Congratulations!
Jeffrey Cote had lightning strike when he purchased an Electric 7"s scratch ticket from the High Street 88 in Sanford. His lucky ticket was a , 000 winner. Have fun!
It's not the big Powerball jackpot, but still a nice win. Kenneth Jordan won , 000 playing the Powerball game. His lucky ticket was purchased from the Cumberland Farms in Lewiston. Congratulations and enjoy!
A nice win for Mark Jacavage of Bethel who won , 000 playing the $500, 000 Jumbo Bucks scratch game. Mark picked up his lucky winner from the Big Apple in South Paris. Enjoy your winnings!
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