Newsletters

June 10, 2019 Newsletters
Friend, Since January, I’ve been traveling throughout the district to hear directly from Mainers about the issues that matter to them. Last week, my five-county swing through the Second District took me to Milo, where I had the opportunity to tour the Old Bangor and Aroostook Railroad Yard and talk with the folks who work there.
May 21, 2019 Newsletters
Friends, Our country is facing its fair share of problems right now. Health care costs are too high, wages aren’t keeping up with the cost of living, and our political system seems hellbent on pitting us against each other.
May 10, 2019 Newsletters
Friend, Loggers have been cutting timber in Maine for a couple hundred years now; there’s a reason they call it a heritage industry. Logging is a keystone in our state’s culture and economy, and I’d like that to continue for another 200 years.
May 3, 2019 Newsletters
Friend, At the grocery store, many Mainers are seeing more and more alternatives to classic staples: plant-based ‘meat,’ ‘milk’ from nuts or beans, and ‘fish’ that never touched water. Some shoppers prefer these products, but others don’t know what they’re buying.
April 9, 2019 Newsletters
Friend, It’s an honor to serve you in Congress. As your representative, it’s my job to listen and do the best job that I can for Mainers like you. We’re working hard to deliver results for our state in Congress, but we’re also focused on helping individual folks every day.
April 3, 2019 Newsletters
Friends, It’s an honor to represent you in Congress. This newsletter is an opportunity to keep you up to date with what I’m working on in Washington, what I’m up to in Maine, and to get your feedback on issues important to our state.

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