STATE SENATOR – DISTRICT 6
(R – Washington)
Office: (207) 287-1505
Home: (207) 454-0501
28 St. Croix Dr., Calais, ME 04619
Amherst; Aurora; Central Hancock UT; East Hancock UT; Eastbrook; Franklin; Gouldsboro; Great Pond; Hancock; Mariaville; Northwest Hancock UT; Osborn; Sorrento; Sullivan; Waltham; and Winter Harbor
all municipalities and unorganized territories.
Current Committee Assignments
health and human services
Past Committee Assignments
health and human services
Senator Marianne Moore is in her third term representing the constituents of District 6 in the Maine State Senate. The newly reapportioned district includes all municipalities and unorganized territories in Washington County and 16 communities in eastern Hancock County.
She previously served as the Senate Republican Lead on the Health and Human Services Committee, a passion that stems from her extensive community service as a Meals on Wheels volunteer. She is also a member of Eastern Area Agency on Aging’s advisory board for Washington County and is a member of the Calais Lioness Club.
A resident of Calais, Sen. Moore is a former city councilor who served three terms (nine years) on the Council with two of those terms as mayor. She used to own and operate the local Curves Fitness Center. She is a former Washington County Cancer Patient Navigator where she helped address the complex barriers to short- and long-term care faced by cancer patients in Washington County. She still facilitates a Calais-area breast cancer support group.
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 she served as Treasurer of the Washington County Development Authority. She is also a former member of the Maine Permanent Commission on the Status of Women and served as both a trustee and board member of the Calais Community Hospital, formerly known as Calais Regional Hospital.
Sen. Moore is also the former executive board chair of the St. Croix Valley Chamber of Commerce and taught at Washington County Community College in Calais.
As the daughter of an Air Force non-commissioned officer, she’s been fortunate to live in many areas throughout the United States and chose to retire in Maine. She is the mother of two daughters, three grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and a longhaired Calico named Gizmo.
In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, kayaking and any activity involving the outdoors.
Student health and safety must be a parent-school partnership
By Senator Marianne Moore Senate Republicans unveiled legislation during a press briefing on Tuesday to…
Senate Republicans launch efforts to conduct statewide review of facilities and services to improve student safety
Proposed legislation ranges from conducting a statewide gap assessment of physical safety defenses and installing…
Republicans offer legislation to protect Maine’s lobster industry from outside influence
Proposed legislation and policy solutions range from expanding Maine’s oceanic sovereignty to 12 miles to…
Senate Republicans call for major changes at the Maine Office of Child and Family Services
To solve systemic issues plaguing the struggling agency, proposed legislation and policy solutions range from…
In the case of Seafood Watch, facts apparently don’t matter
By Senator Marianne Moore AUGUSTA – Maine’s lobster industry is renowned for harvesting the sweetest,…
If you see the signs, don’t hesitate
Senator Marianne Moore discusses the problem of suicide in Maine and what we can do…