Glenburn Student Visits State House

Krysta West
Communications Director
Senate Republican Office
(207) 287-1505


Cushing with Gooleys.jpgWarden John MacDonald, Sen. Walter Gooley, Connor Gooley, Commissioner Chandler Woodcock, Sen. Andre Cushing

AUGUSTA – Connor Gooley of Glenburn, the grandson of Walter Gooley, a former state senator for Franklin and part of Kennebec County, visited the Maine State Senate on Monday, July 9 to serve as an honorary page. During the visit, he met with Senator Andre Cushing (R-Penobscot), Commissioner Chandler Woodcock and Warden John MacDonald.

Connor was the inspiration this session for Sen. Cushing’s bill, LD 1790, “An Act To Increase Safety on a Youth Hunting Day for Hunting Bear by Allowing an Accompanying Adult To Possess a Firearm.” This bill, with the help of Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife Commissioner Chandler Woodcock, became law in April.


Connor’s testimony on LD 1790:

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