Rep. Trey Stewart
Assistant House Republican Leader
Proudly Serving House District 147:
Presque Isle (part)
Rep. Trey Stewart
Rep. Harold “Trey” Stewart III is serving his second term in the Maine House of Representatives representing the people of House District 147 which encompasses most of Presque Isle. He has been elected to serve as the Assistant House Republican Leader for the 129th Legislature. Rep. Stewart graduated from Presque Isle High School in 2012. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Maine in 2016 in political science and sociology.
He was first elected to the Maine House in 2016 while he was a senior in college. Since then, he has completed an MBA while serving his first term in the legislature, graduating in May of 2018. Rep. Stewart worked for in the Office of Congressman Bruce Poliquin prior to serving in the legislature.
During his first term in the Maine House, Rep. Stewart was the youngest member of the Maine Legislature and served on both the Education and Cultural Affairs Committee and the state-wide Opioid Task Force.
In addition to his career and legislative service, Rep. Stewart also a member of the Presque Isle Rotary Club; Central Aroostook Chamber of Commerce; Trinity Masonic Lodge #130; Momentum Aroostook, Steering Committee; Aroostook County Action Program, Board of Directors; Northern Maine Community College Foundation, Board of Directors; University of Maine at Presque Isle Board of Visitors; Northeast Forest Fire Protection Compact, Commissioner for Maine; and the Presque Isle Volunteer Fire Department, volunteer.
Rep. Stewart spends his spare time traveling, reading, listening to country music, hunting, being outside in Northern Maine, snowboarding and spending time at the lake in the summer.
Joint Standing Committee on Taxation
The Taxation Committee reviews legislation pertaining to the Bureau of Revenue Services and State Board of Property Tax Review; state and local taxes; tax exemptions and credits; tax expenditure review; taxpayer relief programs; property valuation and assessment; tax increment financing; municipal revenue sharing; taxation of unorganized territories; and tree growth and other current use tax issues.
Congratulatory letters, Legislative Sentiments, flags flown over the Capitol, assistance with state departments, general comments or questions about legislative matters.
Mail: 2 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04330
Legislative Office: (207) 287-1440
Sponsored Legislation (2019-2020)
|An Act To Require Housing Facilities for Persons with Substance Use Disorder Be Equipped with Naloxone|
|An Act To Eliminate the Regional Adjustment for Public School Systems|
|An Act To Exempt Head Start School Buses from Snow Tire Restrictions|
|RESOLUTION, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Require That Signatures on a Direct Initiative of Legislation Come from Each State Senatorial District|
|An Act To Promote the Forest Products Industry in School Construction and Renovation Involving Heating Systems|
|An Act To Eliminate the Service Provider Tax on Services Covered by Medicaid|
|An Act To Update Alcohol Taste-testing Requirements|
|An Act To Make Whole Family Support Available Statewide|
|An Act To Amend the Laws Governing the Funding Sources of the Maine Controlled Moose Hunt Season|
|An Act To Create the Savings Account Program for Small Businesses|
|An Act To Improve Access to Experienced Primary Care Providers in Maine|
|An Act To Promote Equitable and Responsible Broadband Investment|
|Resolve, Directing the Secretary of State To Enter into a Reciprocal Agreement between the State and Taiwan Regarding Driver’s Licenses|
|An Act To Expand and Clarify the Prohibition of Hazing at Elementary Schools, Secondary Schools and Postsecondary Institutions|
|An Act To Secure Transitions to Economic Prosperity for Maine Families and Children|
|Resolve, To Study Transmission Grid Reliability and Rate Stability in Northern Maine|
|An Act To Amend the Laws Governing Military Leave for Officials and State Employees|
|An Act To Amend the Laws Governing Veterans’ Services|
|An Act To Amend Certain Laws Related to Members of the Military and the Maine National Guard|
|An Act To Provide a Sales Tax Exemption for Certain Nonprofit Charitable Organizations|
|Resolve, To Address the Population Shortage in Rural Maine|