Maine Independent Angus King was in Monday’s Portland Press Herald, but not because of his day job.
The newspaper featured a letter from a woman named Christine Byrne, who wrote about witnessing an act of kindness from the senator toward an elderly woman in a Washington airport.
The 72-year old senator hopped off the shuttle bus to walk with a woman who seemed jarred by a bumpy plane ride.
Here is an excerpt:
Sen. King stopped to assist an elderly woman, who was a bit confused in the bustle.
As I passed them, I overheard him asking her if they should go together up the stairs or in the elevator and I smiled to myself, knowing she was in good hands.
With our senator being so decent, doing the right thing without a camera lens or microphone in sight, we all are in good hands.