Maine House GOP

This week saw the Democrats pass a majority budget and then vote unanimously to end the legislative session for the year.  I’m Representative Sawin Millett with this week’s Republican radio address....

Heavy-handed approach runs counter to 20+ years of established budget precedent STATE HOUSE – Legislative Republicans held a press conference in Augusta today to call attention to Democrat plans to invoke...

Public opinion and lobbying by Republicans paved the way for a bipartisan Supplemental Budget. This is House Republican Leader Kathleen Dillingham of Oxford with the Weekly Republican Radio Address. This past...

Against all odds, public support allows Republicans to prevail on Supplemental Budget AUGUSTA CIVIC CENTER- After weeks of advocating for conformity with federal COVID tax relief aimed at preserving Maine jobs, House Republicans tonight expressed relief that the...

House Republicans are encouraged that the Senate President and House Speakerhave finally called for an in-person, legislative session March 10 and possibly 11.This development is needed and long overdue. This is...

House Republicans continue to fight for fairness, the survival of Maine businesses, Maine jobs, social institutions, in-person learning, and a safe restoration of our Maine way of life. This is Representative...

This is Representative Ted Kryzak with the Weekly Republican Radio Address. Over the last two-weeks, my colleagues and I on the Tax Committee have been focused on the Supplemental Budget proposed...

A REPUBLIC IF YOU CAN KEEP IT By the Hon. Richard M. Cebra In October of 1964 Ronald Reagan gave his landmark speech generally known as the “A Time for Choosing”...

Hello this is State Representative Sue Bernard from Caribou.This is the last House Republican radio address of 2020. What a year. It started off with so much potential, but ended after...

Maine people have a right to be heard. This is Rep. Peter Lyford of Eddington with the Republican Weekly Radio Address. It’s been nine months since the 129th adjourned. Now, a...