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    Erin R. Sheehan

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How will you support economic recovery in your district?

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Gaining control of the pandemic and sustaining economic recovery is the most urgent challenge facing Maine. The pandemic hurt many families and businesses, and we must be resolute in our willingness to get Mainers back on their feet so they can pay their bills and rebuild their businesses.
AFFORDABLE HOUSING: Biddeford’s recent growth is bringing opportunity, but many residents are seeing their costs of living increase as a result. I want to help sustain an affordable Biddeford so our neighbors can stay in their homes and everyone can enjoy and contribute to this vibrant town. ACCESSIBLE HEALTHCARE: Public health and economic vitality are inextricably linked, and both depend upon on the availability of affordable, high-quality health care to all Maine people— from pre-natal through elder care. ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY: We need to help Maine’s small businesses and the workers they employ back on their feet: they are the lifeblood of our economy. I’m committed to ensuring that small business owners and the workers they employ have access to the resources and direction they need to reopen safely and rebuild an even more vibrant economy.
I believe that our best hope lives when legislators put time into outreach, communication, and relationship-building with their constituents. I will share legislative updates and invite feedback across all media channels and, once it's safe, in person.
We must be committed to getting our families and small businesses back on their feet in the wake of the pandemic. We must identify opportunities to save that do not compromise our ability to deliver badly needed services around health care, education, and revenue sharing. We'll also need to review our tax system to help working families and small businesses: the wealthy and large corporations need to contribute to this effort. Finally, we need a strong program of federal investment to support our efforts. Without federal assistance, the vital work of teachers, health care workers, and first responders in sustaining our community will be compromised.