Thursday, February 16, 2012

Does the State of Maine owe you money?

Working on contacting people in District 136 who are on the unclaimed property list provided by the State Treasurer. Definitely enjoyable to call people and help them get money they didn't even know was owed to them!

Want to find out if you are on the list and claim your unclaimed property check out this web-site

It's That Time Again

Election time is quickly approaching. After an interesting and challenging two years in Augusta I am honored to be running for re-election to the Maine House of Representatives for House District 136. I'm working to collect 25 signatures from registered Democrats living in House District 136 so I can qualify for re-election. If you want to sign for me just send me an e-mail at

Monday, September 20, 2010

Back to Campaigning

I've been back out knocking on doors and getting together with friends to call other HD 136 residents and am really excited about the upcoming general election. If you are interested in volunteering with my campaign, or would like a sign for your yard, business or some other location send me an e-mail at Thank you all for your support!

Monday, May 24, 2010

Candidate Profiles

Check out the new web-site for the Saco Bay Dems and find profiles for all the candidates in the upcoming primary election. Scroll down near the bottom of he page for the HD 136 profiles.

Monday, May 3, 2010

Absentee Ballots!

Absentee ballots will be mailed out soon. If you want to find out how to request one check out this web-site for a few different options on requesting your ballot.

Monday, March 15, 2010

It's Official!

I sucessfully submitted my nomination petitions today and am offically a candidate. A GIGANTIC thank you to everyone who helped with this first step!

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Why I'm Running as a Clean Elections Candidate

Like the current Senate President Libby Mitchell, Republican Peter Mills and nearly 80% of the Maine legislature, I think that running a campaign free of the influence of lobbyists and donors makes sense and is the right thing to do. Especially in these hard times, people need representatives that will choose to run "clean" elections. Clean Elections was passed overwhelmingly by Maine voters and they have continued to support the idea of having elections where everyday people can run and not have to rely on wealthy friends and lobbyists. That is also why our current US Rep Chellie Pingree has signed onto a federal clean elections bill and her daughter, Speaker of the House Hannah Pingree went down and testified in favor of it. Getting money out of politics in Maine and DC makes sense.