Senator David Woodsome is currently serving his fourth term in the Maine State Senate. He represents the people of Senate District 33 which consists of the towns of Cornish, Limerick, Newfield, Parsonsfield, Sanford, Shapleigh and Waterboro.
Senator Woodsome serves as a member of the Legislature’s Committee on Education and Cultural Affairs. Previously, he served as a member of the Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Committee and the Energy, Utilities and Technology Committee.
A graduate of Sanford High School and the University of Maine, Senator Woodsome was a teacher and coach before retiring after 35 years. He has also served three terms as a Waterboro selectman and currently chairs the Waterboro Selectboard.
Senator Woodsome lives in North Waterboro. He has two adult daughters, Meaghan and Kate.
(January 5, 2021) – The deadline for submitting new bills for the 130th State Legislature was December 18, 2020. Currently, only the titles of these bills are available. Below is a list of the bill titles submitted by Senator David Woodsome. An Act Regarding Disposal of Renewable Energy Electric Energy Generation Units A An Act … Continue reading Senator David Woodsome Submits Bills for the New Legislature
(December 21, 2020) – Senator David Woodsome has been appointed to serve as the lead Republican Senator on the Legislature’s Joint Standing Committee on Education and Cultural Affairs. A teacher and coach for 35 years, Woodsome hopes to slow the onslaught of new programs and requirements passed down on local schools over the last several … Continue reading Senator David Woodsome Appointed as Lead Republican on the Education Committee
(December 2, 2020) – Senator David Woodsome at his seat during “Swearing-In Day” for the Maine State Senate at the Augusta Civic Center on December 2. Now that the 130th Maine Senate has convened; committees will begin their legislative work in January. Senator Woodsome was reelected in November to represent Senate District 33 which consists … Continue reading Senator Woodsome Sworn In
If Maine is to set an example on climate change, we’re off to a bad start. Hello. I am David Woodsome, state senator from District 33. I am a Republican who sponsored the bill that created Governor Mills’ Maine Climate Group, and there was a particular reason why I did so. I submitted this legislation … Continue reading Maine Senate Republicans Radio Address
The State Legislature may be out of session at the moment; but like many of his colleagues, Senator Dave Woodsome (R-York) is busy with important work that will help guide the next legislative session when it begins in January. Senator Woodsome has been appointed to the Maine Climate Council, a new group created to advise … Continue reading Sen. Woodsome Appointed to Maine Climate Council