Rep. Patrick Corey
Rep. Corey is serving his third term in the Maine House of Representatives representing House District 25 which includes part of Windham. He believes strongly in individual liberties, lower taxes, and a more efficient government.
During his time in the Maine House, Rep. Corey has proved his versatility while serving on a variety of committees. During the 128th Legislature, he served on the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee and was also appointed to the Joint Select Committee on Marijuana Legalization Implementation. During his first term in the House, Rep. Corey served on the Inland, Fisheries and Wildlife Committee in the 127th Legislature.
Representative Corey lives in Windham with his wife Sheila where he works as a self-employed creative director serving a number of businesses and non-profits.
In his spare time, you’ll find Rep. Corey outdoors enjoying all that Maine has to offer. He’s an avid hunter, hiker and photographer.
Some of the bills sponsored by Rep. Corey:
LD 9: “An Act To Prohibit the Creation of a Firearms Owner Registry.”
This bill prohibits any government agency of the State or a political subdivision of the State from keeping a comprehensive registry of privately owned firearms and the owners of those firearms within its jurisdiction.
LD 822: “An Act To Allow a Former Spouse of a Member of the Maine Public Employees Retirement System To Begin Collecting Benefits When the Former Spouse Reaches the Member’s Retirement Age” –
This bill amends the requirements related to a qualified domestic relations order to allow the payment of retirement benefits to an alternate payee before the retirement of a member of the State Employee and Teacher Retirement Program and when the payee reaches the member’s normal retirement age.