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State House District 66

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    Jessica L. Fay

  • Gregory E. Foster

Biographical Information

What are the greatest challenges facing Maine right now?

If elected, what are your top three priorities?

How will you encourage greater civic engagement among your constituents?

How will you support economic recovery in your district?

Campaign Phone (207) 415-4218
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Finance Type Clean Elections
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Rebuilding our economy so it works for everyone. Coronavirus had created both a healthcare and an economic crisis. As with many of these types of once in a century events, it also has amplified some of the failures in our systems. We can take this challenge as an opportunity to create new systems that work better for everyone in Maine.

As a state representative, I have spent the last 4 years working on improving environmental protections, making Maine an even better place to age and supporting small local businesses by addressing issues that impact working families. If re-elected I will keep working on these issues. I will also continue to listen to what people in House District 66 think is important and will work on solving those problems.

People in our communities need to feel safe speaking up about their concerns. My goal is always to listen and treat every person with dignity and respect. Most people will shy away from difficult conversations and civic engagement if they feel they will be attacked or bullied. Elected officials should be modeling respectful behavior and encouraging our communities to have meaningful dialog about the challenges we face as a state.
Any solution must prioritize working families and small business over large corporations. Building off of the economic planning that has been happening for the last 18 months in the Dept. of Economic and Community Development, Maine can use the tools of government to help businesses and communities rethink how we do business. We have the opportunity to be creative and to build a new structure that works better for everyone. One of the most important pieces of infrastructure that we must address is access to broadband for all of Maine. The COVID-19 pandemic has illustrated the importance of high speed internet access for business, education, telehealth and staying connected in a new and uncertain world.

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