Trey Stewart

Sen. Trey Stewart – Aroostook

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State Senator – District 2
(R – Aroostook)


Office: (207) 287-1505

Home: (207) 227-0569

312 State St., Presque Isle, ME 04769


Amity, Bancroft, Blaine, Block 4293 of Tract 952900 in the Penobscot River, Bridgewater, Carroll Plantation, Cary Plantation, Central Aroostook Unorganized Territory, Chapman, Crystal, Drew Plantation, Dyer Brook, Easton, Fort Fairfield, Glenwood Plantation, Hammond, Haynesville, Hersey, Hodgdon, Houlton, Island Falls, Kingman Township, Lakeville, Lee, Linneus, Littleton, Ludlow, Macwahoc Plantation, Mars Hill, Merrill, Monticello, Moro Plantation, Mount Chase, New Limerick, Oakfield, Orient, Patten, Prentiss Township, Presque Isle, Reed Plantation, Sherman, Smyrna, South Aroostook Unorganized Territory, Springfield, Stacyville, Twombly Ridge T3R1 NBPP Township, Webster Plantation, Westfield, Weston, Whitney (Pukakon) T5R1 NBPP Township, Winn, and part of North Penobscot Unorganized Territory

Committee Assignments

Energy, utilities and technology
health coverage, insurance and financial services

Sen. Harold “Trey” Stewart III is serving his first term in the Maine Senate after representing the people of House District 147 for two terms in the House of Representatives. He previously served as the Assistant House Republican Leader for the 129th Legislature.

Senator Stewart serves on the Energy, Utilities, and Technology Committee and the Health Coverage, Insurance and Financial Services Committee.

Currently, Sen. Stewart is the youngest member of the Maine Senate. He is a 2012 graduate of Presque Isle High School and earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Maine in 2016 in political science and sociology, the same year he was first elected to the Maine House of Representatives. After completing his MBA during his first term in the Legislature, he has since graduated from the University of Maine School of Law and passed the state bar exam earlier this summer.

Sen. Stewart worked in the Office of Congressman Bruce Poliquin prior to serving in the Legislature and for the Aroostook Partnership and Northern Maine Development Commission.

During his two terms in the Maine House, Sen. Stewart was the youngest member of the Maine Legislature and served on the Education and Cultural Affairs Committee, the Taxation Committee, and the statewide Opioid Task Force. 

In addition to his career and legislative service, Sen. Stewart is also a member of the Presque Isle Rotary Club; Central Aroostook Chamber of Commerce; Trinity Masonic Lodge #130; Aroostook County Action Program, Board of Directors; Northern Maine Community College Foundation, Board of Directors; University of Maine at Presque Isle Board of  Visitors; American Legislative Exchange Council, Board of Directors; National Conference of State Legislatures, Board of Directors; and Northeast Forest Fire Protection Compact, Commissioner for Maine. He previously served as a volunteer firefighter for the Presque Isle Fire Department for five years.

Sen. Stewart spends his spare time traveling around Maine and the country, reading, snowmobiling, hunting, fishing,  and spending time at the family camp with friends and family.

Current Posts

There a lot to unpack with the rise in Maine’s electricity rates

Senate Republican Leader-elect Trey Stewart delivers this week’s Republican Radio Address By Senator Trey Stewart STATE HOUSE – Hello, this is Senator Trey Stewart of Aroostook County and I wish I had better news in this week’s Republican Radio Address. If you haven’t heard, the Maine PUC announced yet another increase in electricity prices for […]

Senate Republican Caucus elects new leadership

AUGUSTA – Maine Senate Republicans held caucus leadership elections on Thursday, Nov. 10, 2022, for the biennium term of the 131st Legislature, electing Sen. Harold “Trey” Stewart, R-Aroostook, as Senate Republican Leader in a single ballot vote. Stewart was elected this week to his second term in the Senate, representing the newly reapportioned 2nd District. […]

Let’s find the smarter solutions when it comes to renewable energy

By Sen. Trey Stewart AUGUSTA – Versant Power filed a request with the Maine Public Utilities Commission to increase their distribution and transmission rates beginning next summer. The rate case filed Monday seeks an increase of about 32 percent, which would affect ratepayers by about 10 percent since only half of your bill is attributable to […]