Rep. Ken Fredette

Rep. Kenneth Fredette is serving his third term as the House Republican Leader. He represents House District 25, which includes Newport, Corinna, Plymouth, Etna and Dixmont. Rep. Fredette lives in Newport and has two children, Morgan and Colby.

Rep. Fredette’s education is extensive. He graduated valedictorian from East Grand High School. He earned a B.S. in Accounting at the University of Maine at Machias, a Master’s degree in Public Policy and Management with a concentration in Government Finance from USM’s Edmund Muskie School for Public Service, and a Juris Doctor from the University of Maine School of Law. He also earned a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Rep. Fredette is a member of the Maine Air National Guard where he was recently promoted to the rank of Major and has served for twelve years as a Judge Advocate General (JAG). Currently an attorney in private practice, he has also taught at Eastern and Southern Maine Community Colleges.

He served his freshman term pulling double duty on the Joint Standing Committee on Appropriations and Financial Affairs and the Joint Standing Committee on Elections. Rep. Fredette represents RSU 19.

Rep. Fredette was nominated to the Human Rights Commission by Gov. Baldacci and approved by the Maine Senate. He is a member of the Fraternal Brotherhood of Masons and the Knights of Columbus, and is past President/Vice-President of the Board of Directors of the Sebasticook Valley Federal Credit Union.

He’s an avid hunter and when he’s not serving the good folks of his district you’ll find him enjoying the great Maine outdoors.

Hear Rep. Fredette’s interview on the George Hale-Ric Tyler Show this week regarding LR 326 – “An Act To Prohibit the Unauthorized Distribution of Certain Private Images.”

One Comment on “Rep. Ken Fredette

  1. Dear Representative Fredette,

    I am the new Casco Baykeeper and have been tracking the LMF Bond issue, as preservation of land helps protect the Casco Bay watershed. Thank you so much for your decision to support the amendment to extend the 2010 LMF Bond by 5 years. As your comments properly acknowledged, the purchases made with LMF funds reflect the will of the people and benefit everyone, regardless of political party, economic status, or interests.

    Ivy L. Frignoca
    Casco Baykeeper

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