Senator Matt Pouliot is serving his second term in the Maine State Senate and is currently the Assistant Republican Leader. He represents the people of Senate District 15, which consists of Augusta, China, Oakland, Sidney and Vassalboro.
Senator Pouliot currently serves on the Taxation Committee and previously served on the Education and Cultural Affairs Committee.
Prior to his service in the Senate, Pouliot served the residents of District 86 in the Maine State House of Representatives for three terms. While in the House, he served on the Taxation Committee, the Elections Committee, the Education and Cultural Affairs Committee and the Redistricting Committee.
An Augusta native, Matt graduated from Cony High School in 2005 and went on to earn a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Maine at Augusta in 2009 and is a graduate of Leadership Maine. He makes a living as a Realtor with RE/MAX Riverside and owns two real estate companies, Alliance Properties, LLC and Pouliot Real Estate, Inc.
Prior to joining the Legislature, Sen. Pouliot served as Vice Chairman of the Augusta Planning Board. He has also served on the Board of Directors for the Augusta Downtown Alliance where he was the Chairman of the Economic Restructuring Committee. His term on the board expired in September of 2014, but he is still actively involved with the Alliance and the Downtown. Sen. Pouliot is currently a member of the Board of Directors for the Augusta Housing Service Corporation, the organization responsible for adding 47 new affordable senior housing units at the former Hodgkins Middle School. Matt served on the Board of Visitors for the University of Maine at Augusta and is a Corporator at Kennebec Savings Bank.
Matt has made his home on Winthrop Street in Augusta with his wife, Heather and their dog, Oliver.
Sen. Matt Pouliot explains why Governor Mills misses the mark with her plan to pay people who haven’t been working $1,500 to go back to work. It’s time to end the $300 a week in bonus unemployment benefits now.
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