Senator Marianne Moore

MooreSenator Marianne Moore is in her second term serving the constituents of District 6 in the Maine State Senate. Senate District 6 consists of all of Washington County and the municipalities and unorganized territories of Gouldsboro, Sullivan, Winter Harbor and part of the East Hancock Unorganized Territories.

Senator Moore currently serves on the Health and Human Services Committee.

A resident of Calais and former two-term Mayor, Senator Moore used to own and operate a Curves Fitness Center. She is currently one of the Washington County Cancer Patient Navigators where she helps address the complex barriers to short- and long-term care faced by cancer patients in Washington County.

She is a former member of the Washington County Extension Association, which oversees the programs of the University of Maine’s Cooperative Extension Service in Washington County and served as Treasurer of the Washington County Development Authority. She was also a member of the Maine Permanent Commission on the Status of Women, serves as a trustee of the Calais Regional Hospital and is the former Executive Board Chair of the St. Croix Valley Chamber of Commerce.

Phone: (207) 287-1505 or (207) 454-0501

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State Government Needs to Focus on Suicides and Opioid Abuse

Senator Marianne Moore discusses the dramatic increase in suicides and opioid abuse in Maine. Hello. I’m Senator Marianne Moore of Calais. Maine is in the midst of a real and heartbreaking crisis when it comes to suicide among our youth. A recent analysis by the U.S. CDC showed that, nationwide, the number of young people, … Continue reading State Government Needs to Focus on Suicides and Opioid Abuse

We Can Solve the Direct Care Worker Crisis

Audio only. By Sen. Marianne Moore Signs of economic turnaround are everywhere. Hello, I am Senator Marianne Moore of Calais representing Senate District 6 in the Maine State Senate Along with warmer weather, Mainers are enjoying other signs of spring, many of them with the words “Help Wanted” on them. Everywhere you look, businesses are … Continue reading We Can Solve the Direct Care Worker Crisis