Senator Kim Rosen is currently serving her fourth term in the Maine State Senate. She represents the people of Senate District 8 which is made up of Bucksport, Castine, Dedham, Great Pond, Northwest Hancock Unorganized Territory, T32 MD Township, part of the East Hancock Unorganized Territory, Orland, Penobscot, Verona Island, Bradley, Brewer, Burlington, Clifton, East Central Penobscot Unorganized Territory, Eddington, Holden, Lincoln, Lowell and Orrington.
Currently, she serves as a member of the Legislature’s committees on Marine Resources and on State And Local Government.
Prior to her service in the Senate, Senator Rosen served four terms in the Maine House of Representatives. During her time in the House, she was a member of the Transportation Committee and the Environment and Natural Resources Committee. In previous terms in the Senate, she served on the Criminal Justice and Public Safety committee.
She also served as the State Chair of Women In Government, a national organization of women legislators from all over the country.
Senator Rosen attended the University of Maine and the D’Lor Beauty School. She was the manager of the JC Penney beauty salon and went on to own her own salon, Finally Kim’s. She and her husband, Richard, also owned and operated Rosen’s Department Store in Bucksport.
The couple resides in Bucksport, where Senator Rosen is deeply involved in the community. She is a member of the Taylor Foundation’s board, and has also served as a member of the board of Next Step, the Ronald McDonald House and Patawa Club in Bangor.
By Senator Kim Rosen The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) is one of the relief programs implemented by the U.S. government to ease the negative economic effects of the COVID-19 outbreak. U.S. Senator Susan Collins helped draft the legislation that made it possible after seeking the advice and input of a number of Maine businesses. The … Continue reading PPP Has Been Crucial to Lincoln’s Economy
By Senator Kim Rosen The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) is one of the relief programs implemented by the U.S. government to ease the negative economic effects of the COVID-19 outbreak. U.S. Senator Susan Collins helped draft the legislation that made it possible after seeking the advice and input of a number of Maine businesses. The … Continue reading PPP Has Been Crucial to Brewer’s Economy
(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 are the two bill titles submitted by Senator Kim Rosen. An Act To Authorize The Secretary of State to Reject Certain Vanity License Plate Requests An … Continue reading Senator Kim Rosen Submits Two Bills on License Plates
(December 21, 2020) – Senator Kimberley Rosen has been appointed to serve as the lead Senate Republican on two legislative committees in the 130th State Legislature that was sworn in earlier this month. She will serve on the Joint Standing Committee on State and Local Government Committee as well as the Joint standing Committee on … Continue reading Senator Kimberley Rosen Appointed as Lead Republican on Two Committees
(December 2, 2020) – Senator Kimberley Rosen stands at her seat during “Swearing-In Day” for the Maine State Senate at the Augusta Civic Center. Now that the 130th Maine Senate has convened, committees will begin their legislative work in January. Senator Rosen was reelected in November to represent Senate District 8 which includes the towns … Continue reading Senator Rosen Sworn In