Proudly Serving House District 103:

Carmel, Etna & Hermon

Representative Jim Thorne is serving in his first term as a member of the Maine House of Representatives.

Jim Thorne has worked as an advertising sales manager at Northwoods Sporting Journal and as a Registered Maine Guide. He served in the U.S. Air Force from 1983 to 2003.

Representative Thorne has been affiliated with the following organizations:

American Legion (Post 107),  NRA, B.P.O.E. (Elks) #1954, Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine, Bangor Troop Greeters. He is currently serving on the Joint Standing Committee on Marine Resources, which oversees the Department of Marine Resources; Marine Patrol; commercial and recreational marine fisheries management, licensing and enforcement; marine science and research; shellfish sanitation and management; and aquaculture.

Proudly Serving on the Joint Standing Judiciary Committee

This Committee has jurisdiction over all new bills pertaining to the Judicial system organization and budget; criminal procedure; civil procedure; civil actions, including torts and medical malpractice; Maine Tort Claims Act; liability; immunity; claims against the State; child protection (with Health and Human Services); Family Law Advisory Commission; family law; domestic relations; child support; adoption; legal services; Maine Indigent Legal Services Commission; attorneys; Attorney General; District Attorneys; constitutional rights; abortion regulation and reproductive rights; civil rights; involuntary commitment and treatment; medical rights; human rights and discrimination; Maine Human Rights Commission; protection from harassment; protection from abuse; guardianship and conservatorship; probate law; Probate and Trust Law Advisory Commission, Probate Code; Trust Code; foreclosure; property law; property rights; eminent domain; unclaimed property; business and nonprofit organizations; Uniform Commercial Code; laws relating to Maine’s Indian Tribes, including the Act to Implement the Maine Indian Claims Settlement; Maine Indian Tribal-State Commission; freedom of access, confidentiality and privacy laws; statutory maintenance; and errors and inconsistencies.

Constituent Services

Congratulatory letters, Legislative Sentiments, flags flown over the Capitol, assistance with state agencies, general comments or questions about legislative matters. 

Contact Information

Mail: 2 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04330


Legislative Office: (207) 287-1440

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