Monday May 24, 2010 | 10:41 AM

 More than a dozen legislators will come to the State House Tuesday to announce their support for Republican gubernatorial candidate Paul LePage, the campaign announced today.

 Among them are Rep. Paul Davis, R-Sangerville, a former Senate Minority Leader; Rep. Sue Austin, R-Gray and Rep. Bob Nutting, R-Oakland.

 In recent weeks, many legislators have come out publicly for various candidates, including announcements last week by Sen. Carol Weston, R-Montville, and Assistant Senate Minority Leader Jon Courtney, R-Springvale, that they are backing Steve Abbott.

 On a different topic, Democrat Rosa Scarcelli announced today that she has begun to air a radio ad in French. Narrated by Connie Cote, host of "La Revue Francais" on WEZR in Lewiston, the ads highlight Scarcelli's Maine roots and business experience, according to the campaign.

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