Senator Lisa Keim Re-Appointed to Judiciary Committee

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


AUGUSTA – Maine State Senator Lisa Keim (R-Oxford) has again been selected to serve on the Legislature’s Judiciary Committee. Last session, Keim served as Chair. Keim will also serve on the Legislature’s Government Oversight Committee during the 129th Legislature.

The Judiciary Committee oversees Maine’s court system and budget, child protection services, the Human Rights Commission, freedom of access and domestic abuse issues, among many others.

The Government Oversight Committee ensures accountability within state government.

“I am honored to once again be serving on the Judiciary committee,” Keim said. “Last session, our committee began looking into the delivery method of indigent legal services, a system designed to ensure justice by providing legal services for low income Mainers. Along with my colleagues, I look forward to continuing the work of updating Maine’s legal system to ensure that all citizens are treated with equality and fairness.”

“I am also eager to be part of the highly-respected Government Oversight Committee, and will seek to uphold the integrity of this nonpartisan committee.”

Senator Keim represents District 18 which includes the Androscoggin County municipalities of Livermore and Livermore Falls as well as the Oxford County municipalities and unorganized territories of Albany Township, Andover, Bethel, Buckfield, Byron, Canton, Dixfield, Gilead, Greenwood, Hanover, Hartford, Hebron, Lincoln Plantation, Lovell, Magalloway Plantation, Mexico, Milton Township, Newry, North Oxford Unorganized Township, Peru, Roxbury, Rumford, South Oxford Unorganized Territory, Stoneham, Stow, Sumner, Sweden, Upton, Waterford, West Paris and Woodstock.


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