Independence Day – Downeast

Sen. Marianne Moore delivers this week's Senate Republican radio address. https://videopress.com/v/ClcNlbDv?preloadContent=metadata Hello, I am State Senator Marianne Moore. On this, the 200th “Fourth of July” that Mainers have celebrated since the official start of statehood, I see no harm in taking a few moments to brag about the special place that my beloved Downeast Maine … Continue reading Independence Day – Downeast

Radio Address – 4-10-20 – Sen. Guerin Highlights Aid for Businesses and Workers in Maine

Maine Senate Republican Radio Address 4-10-20 https://videopress.com/v/ZUsIomXA?preloadContent=metadata Hello friends and fellow Mainers: I am Stacey Guerin and I represent District 10 in the State Senate. Recently, both the Maine State Legislature and the U.S. Congress passed new laws to assist people, businesses, and non-profit organizations in dealing with the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak. The … Continue reading Radio Address – 4-10-20 – Sen. Guerin Highlights Aid for Businesses and Workers in Maine

Radio Address – 5/22/20 – Senator Rosen on Resilient Mainers

Senator Kimberley Rosen on Resilient Mainers in a Time of Pandemic https://videopress.com/v/BaPp2HRr?preloadContent=metadata We are a tough lot, we Mainers. Stoic, a little stubborn, generous to a fault. The kind of folks who rally around a cause and do not shy from a challenge. That is why it comes as no surprise to see people across … Continue reading Radio Address – 5/22/20 – Senator Rosen on Resilient Mainers

Radio Address – 6/5/20 – Sen. Matt Pouliot on Trust

Sen. Matt Pouliot Speaks on How Collaboration, Communication and Trust Can Improve Maine's Response to the COVID-19 Outbreak https://videopress.com/v/tXIFN4wo?preloadContent=metadata Hello. I am Senator Matt Pouliot I proudly represent Senate District 15 which are the towns of Augusta, China, Oakland, Sidney and Vassalboro. With a sincere desire to help the administration of Governor Janet Mills to … Continue reading Radio Address – 6/5/20 – Sen. Matt Pouliot on Trust

Radio Address – 5/8/20 – Sen. Dana Dow, COVID-19 is Not Going Away

https://videopress.com/v/dSeF520T?preloadContent=metadata Coronavirus is not going away. We must prepare for a future that includes its presence. Hello, I am Senate Republican Leader Dana Dow of Waldoboro. I have heard a lot of people asking a lot of questions lately. The volume of calls, emails, and texts is larger than any of us in Augusta can … Continue reading Radio Address – 5/8/20 – Sen. Dana Dow, COVID-19 is Not Going Away

Radio Address – 4/24/20 – Senator Keim on Our Rights

https://videopress.com/v/kXLKR0AT?preloadContent=metadata Sen. Lisa Keim – Our Rights Do Not Fade Away in a Crisis Hello, my name is Lisa Keim and I serve as the State Senator for District 18. In times of crisis, our rational fear of danger causes us to seek effective ways to preserve safety. After the 2001 terrorist attacks, for example, … Continue reading Radio Address – 4/24/20 – Senator Keim on Our Rights

Radio Address – 2/18/19 – Sen. Moore Calls for Immediate Action on Senior Care

Republican Radio Address – 2/28/19 Hello, I am Senator Marianne Moore of District 6 and I come to you today with a heavy heart. You may recognize my voice, because two months ago, I sat in front of this same microphone pleading with Governor Mills and my colleagues in the state legislature to make use, … Continue reading Radio Address – 2/18/19 – Sen. Moore Calls for Immediate Action on Senior Care

Maine Needs an All-out Effort on Learning Math

This past week, the Maine Department of Education released a summary of the results of the annual assessments given to every third, eighth and eleventh grader in Maine schools. Hello, I am Matt Pouliot of State Senate District 15. These results show a disturbing trend in math, which saw scores drop for the fourth straight … Continue reading Maine Needs an All-out Effort on Learning Math

Senate Republican Radio Address – 1/17/20

Assistant Republican Leader Jeff Timberlake on the new legislative session. Now that we have returned for the second, so-called “Emergency Session” of this legislature, we have more than 600 bills to deal with before we adjourn. Almost 450 of these bills were carried over from the last session and another 175 are new bills. All … Continue reading Senate Republican Radio Address – 1/17/20