Rep. Jim Thorne
Proudly Serving House District 103:
Carmel, Etna & Hermon
Representative Jim Thorne is serving in his first term as a member of Maine’s House of Representatives.
He 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.
Congratulatory letters, Legislative Sentiments, flags flown over the Capitol, assistance with state departments, general comments or questions about legislative matters.
Proudly serving on the Joint Standing Committee on Judiciary
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.
Mail: 2 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04330
Legislative Office: (207) 287-1440