Maine's Capital Area

Log in

Log in

The Chamber’s Advocacy Committee meets on your behalf to survey the current legislative landscape and the great number of bills being considered that could have significant impact on your business. Understanding that the KV Chamber represents a diversity of views on any given policy issue, it is the mission of the Advocacy Committee to keep you informed of proposed legislation and aware of the opportunities for members to participate in the legislative process. It is also our aim to respectfully advocate for those positions in which the Chamber community is in substantial agreement.

It is imperative that the business community be engaged in the process so that the legislative decisions that are ultimately made are ones that are informed by our testimony and experience and cognizant of their real impacts to our businesses and our employees. 

We encourage you to stay tuned to these updates, reach out to us with any questions, and respectfully engage with your government. Our strongest position in today’s reality, together as a Chamber and also as individuals representing our businesses, is to be a clear, thoughtful, and respectful voice in our public debates, relying on the strength of facts and real world experience, and recognizing the good intentions around the table which motivate the majority of those involved in the legislative process.
If you wish to participate in the Legislative process, you can track bills of interest by utilizing the following step-by-step instructions. 

Bills that have been assigned an LD#, printed, and referenced to their committee of jurisdiction

Click Here to Look Up Bills

  • Click on the numerical sequence hyperlink where the bill of interest would be found
  • Scroll down, identify the bill of interest, and click on that hyperlink
  • To read the text of the bill of interest, click on the “Printed Document PDF” icon
  • To understand where the bill of interest stands in the committee process, click on the “Status in Committee” hyperlink on the left side of the page
  • Once the bill of interest has been voted out of committee, click on the “Chamber Status” hyperlink on the left side of the page

Public Hearings and Work Sessions

  • Decide how you would like to view the scheduling information i.e. by day, committee, prime sponsor, or everything for today, and click on the tab.
  • Then, utilizing the drop-down list, choose how many days out you’d like to view the schedule. You can view it from a single day to 180 days in advance.
  • Then, click on the “show schedule” icon.

Joint Standing Committee Descriptions and Information

Click Here for a Printable PDF

131th Maine State Legislature

House of Representatives

District 53 - State Representative Allison Hepler (D - Woolwich)
Towns: Arrowsic/ Dresden/ Georgetown/ Phippsburg/ Richmond (Part) / Woolwich

(207) 319-4396

District 76 - State Representative Daniel J. Newman (R - Belgrade)
Towns: Belgrade/ Fayette/ Mount Vernon/ Rome/ Vienna/ Wayne

(207) 458-1837

District 80 - State Representative Richard T. Bradstreet (R - Vassalboro)
Towns: Augusta (Part) / Hibberts Gore/ Somerville/ Vassalboro/ Windsor

(207) 861-1657

District 81 - State Representative Tavis Rock Hasenfus (D - Readfield)
Towns: Monmouth (Part) / Readfield/ Winthrop

(207) 446-0016

District 82 - State Representative Randall Adam Greenwood (R - Wales)
Towns: Litchfield/ Wales/ Monmouth (Part)

(207) 754-6604

District 83 - State Representative Thom Harnett (D - Gardiner)
Towns: Farmingdale/ Gardiner

(207) 522-1254

District 84 - State Representative Charlotte Warren (D - Hallowell)
Towns: Hallowell/ Manchester/ West Gardiner

(207) 441-9116

District 86 - State Representative Reagan French LaRochelle (D - Augusta)
Towns: Augusta (Part)

(207) 624-2668

District 87 - State Representative Jeffery P. Hanley (R - Pittston)
Towns: Alna/ Pittston/ Randolph/ Wiscasset

(207) 458-9009

District 88 - State Representative Michael H. Lemelin (R - Chelsea)
Towns: Chelsea/ Jefferson/ Nobleboro (Part) / Whitefield

(207) 798-9399

Maine State Senate

Senate District 13 - Chloe S. Maxmin (D-Lincoln)
Towns: Alna, Boothbay, Boothbay Harbor, Bremen, Bristol, Coopers Mills, Damariscotta, Edgecomb, Hibberts Gore, Jefferson, Louds Island, Medomak, Monhegan Island Plantation, Newcastle, New Harbor, Nobleboro, Pemaquid, Round Pond, Somerville, South Bristol, Southport, Waldoboro, Washington, Westport Island, Whitefield, Windsor, and Wiscasset

(207) 200-6224

Senate District 14 - Craig Hickman (D-Winthrop) 
Towns: Chelsea, Farmingdale, Gardiner, Hallowell, Manchester, Monmouth, Pittston, Randolph, Readfield, West Gardiner, and Winthrop


(207) 287-1515 

Senate District 15 - Matthew Pouliot (R-Kennebec)
Towns: Augusta, China, Oakland, Sidney, and Vassalboro

(207) 441- 9418

Senate District 17 - Russell Black (R-Franklin)
Towns: Avon, Belgrade, Carrabassett Valley, Carthage, Chesterville, Coplin Plantation, Dallas Plantation, East Central Franklin, Eustis, Farmington, Fayette, Industry, Jay, Kingfield, Mount Vernon, New Sharon, New Vineyard, North Franklin, Phillips, Rangeley, Rangeley Plantation, Sandy River Plantation, Strong, Temple, Vienna, Weld, West Central Franklin, and Wilton

(207) 645-2990

Senate District 22 - Jeffrey Timberlake (R-Androscoggin)
Towns: Durham, Greene, Leeds, Lisbon, Litchfield, Sabattus, Turner, Wales, and Wayne

(207) 754-6000

Senate District 23 - Eloise A. Vitelli (D-Sagadahoc)
Towns: Arrowsic, Bath, Bowdoin, Bowdoinham, Dresden, Georgetown, Phippsburg, Richmond, Topsham, West Bath, Woolwich and the unorganized township of Perkins

(207) 443-4660