Senator Brad Farrin is currently serving his first term in the Maine State Senate. He represents the people of Senate District 3, which is made up of Anson, Bingham, Canaan, Caratunk, Central Somerset Unorganized Territory, Cornville, Dennistown Plantation, Embden, Highland Plantation, Jackman, Madison, Mercer, Moose River, Moscow, New Portland, Norridgewock, Northeast Somerset Unorganized Territory (includes Rockwood Strip Twp.), Northwest Somerset Unorganized Territory, Pittsfield, Pleasant Ridge Plantation, Rome, Seboomook Lake Unorganized Territory, Skowhegan, Smithfield, Solon, Starks, The Forks Plantation and West Forks Plantation.
Prior to serving in the Maine Senate, Farrin served two terms in the Maine House of Representatives, representing District 111. During this time he served as ranking House Republican on the Veterans and Legal Affairs Committee and also on the Transportation Committee.
With more than 30 years of experience in construction and project management, Farrin is the Corporate Facilities Manager for Milton CAT, New England’s premier construction equipment supplier. In this role, he is responsible for property management, regulatory compliance, facility maintenance and the start-up of all major capital projects for 15 facilities in six states.
Rep. Farrin was the Command Chief Master Sergeant for the Maine Air National Guard before retiring in 2013 as its highest-ranking enlisted airman serving nearly three decades. He deployed to Iraq in 2008 in Operation Iraqi Freedom and to the Horn of Africa in 2009 in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. He has more than 18 major awards and decorations, including the Legion of Merit and the Air Force Meritorious Service Medal.
Brad is a proud member of the American Legion, VFW, the Enlisted Association of the National Guard and Air Force Sergeants Association. He also served as a Captain with the Norridgewock Fire Department until 2004.
Rep. Farrin lives in Norridgewock with Lynn Boucher. Brad and Lynn have four daughters Danielle, Lauren, Haley and Emily and grandson Landen.