Senator Cyrway is serving his fourth term in the Maine State Senate. He represents Senate District 16, which consists of the towns of Albion, Benton, Clinton, Fairfield, Unity Plantation, Waterville and Winslow. Senator Cyrway is a graduate of Lawrence High School, the University of Maine and the Maine Criminal Justice Academy.
Before retiring, he had a long career in law enforcement where he held varied positions, including Kennebec County deputy patrol sheriff, corrections officer and assistant jail administrator. He has also served as the DARE Training Coordinator for the state of Maine.
Currently, Senator Cyrway serves as a member of the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee as well as the Joint Standing Committee on Innovation, Development, Economic Advancement and Business.
Senator Cyrway grew up on his family’s farm. He currently lives in Albion, and has three children and six grandchildren.
Senator Scott Cyrway delivers this week’s Republican Radio Address By Senator Scott Cyrway AUGUSTA – When I retired from patrol at the Kennebec County Sheriff’s Office in 2014, I remember getting a call asking me if I would run for Senate District 16 to replace a candidate who had to exit the race. I hardly knew anything […]
Senator Scott Cyrway delivers this week’s Republican Radio Address By Senator Scott Cyrway AUGUSTA – Maine’s Legislature recently completed work on the Governor’s supplemental budget. It was a massive $1.22 billion plan that included initiatives for both parties, but one of the most important aspects for Republicans was the return of your tax dollars to […]
Scenes of the Session – photos from the 5th Day of the Second Regular Session
Hello, I am Senator Scott Cyrway who represents District 16. Yesterday, I heard the very sad news that a fellow law enforcement officer, a Deputy Sheriff like me, was killed in the line of duty. Hancock County Deputy Sheriff Luke Gross was killed early in the morning near MDI when he was hit by a vehicle […]
Sen. Scott Cyrway presents this week’s Senate Republican radio address. Hello. I am Senator Scott Cyrway. This week, the USCDC released new recommendations that even people who have been vaccinated should wear masks indoors in some parts of the country where infection rates are higher. It said that it based its decision on new research […]