Maine House GOP

Monthly Archives: January 2020

Property Tax Relief – The real story Greetings, this is Bruce Bickford, State Representative from Auburn. I serve as the Lead member of the Taxation Committee. This week, I want to talk about taxes and the difference between House Republicans and Democrats. That difference is clearly illustrated by the checks that 305,000 homeowners are receiving from the State of Maine. If you are a homeowner enrolled in the Homestead Exemption through your… Read More

By Rich Cebra on January 14, 2020 Progressive lawmakers are in pursuit of an ever-expanding state government in Augusta. Their neglecting to properly fund our infrastructure, and then declaring a crisis that can only be fixed with more and more taxpayer dollars, is a prime example of the bloated, dysfunctional and out-of-touch government that has plagued our state for years. When was it decided that it is okay to neglect funding our… Read More

Hello, this is Representative Kathleen Dillingham of Oxford, the Republican Leader of the Maine House. This past Legislative session, we saw the enactment of the following policies into law: Expanding taxpayer-funded health coverage to 57,000 people, the majority of whom are able-bodied, childless adults Support for more windmills offshore and atop our scenic mountains Solar farms, some of which will cover productive farmland; and Electric car charging stations in rural Maine. Banning… Read More