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Citizen's Guide - John Tuttle

About

District: 3 (map)

Committe: Judiciary; Veterans and Legal Affairs (Chair)

Party: Democratic

Previous Service: House: 109-111, 117-120, 122-125 Senate: 112, 113

2012 Ratings: MPA 77%; AFL-CIO 100%; MCV 82%; MSEA 83%; NFIB 20%; MWL 83.5%; MEA 92%

2010 Ratings: MPA 74%; AFL-CIO 100%; MCV 80%; NFIB 33%; SAM "A"

Contact

Phone: (207) 324-5964 (home)

Email: SenJohn.Tuttle@legislature.maine.gov

Official Website - Facebook

Address: 176 Cottage St., Sanford

Elections

2012 Election

General: Tuttle 11,070; Littlefield 6,801
Primary: Unopposed
Spending: Tuttle: $21,432.75 (Clean Elections Candidate) Littlefield: $21,317.00 (Clean Elections Candidate)
Endorsements: MPA; MEA; MSEA; SC; AFL-CIO

2010 Election

General: Tuttle 1,372; Herlihy 1,115
Primary: Unopposed

2008 Election

General: Tuttle 2,843; Unopposed
Primary: Unopposed

2006 Election

General: Tuttle 1,580; Reagan 715
Primary: Unopposed

In the News

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Letter: Tuttle for Senate - Seacoastonline.com
To the Editor: The election is rapidly creeping up and, as always, much is happening. An old friend of Sanford voters is back in the mix. John Tuttle is making a return to the candidate trail. John has many years of service in the Maine State Senate ...

Woodsome, Tuttle vie for Senate 33 - Biddeford Journal Tribune
David Woodsome of Waterboro is challenged by Sanford City Councilor and former state legislator, Democrat John Tuttle, to represent Senate District 33, which includes the towns Cornish, Limerick, Newfield, Parsonsfield, and Shapleigh, and Waterboro ...

Letter: Vote Tuttle to State Senate - Seacoastonline.com
District 33′s part, in the solution, gives voters the choice to elect John Tuttle, a clean elections candidate, with 28 years experience, as a Maine state representative and senator. Tuttle has made a career of standing up for workers, veterans ...

Candidates' Night is Oct. 24 in Sanford - Seacoastonline.com
SANFORD -- Wondering where the local candidates for the Maine Legislature stand on the issues that municipalities are facing throughout the state? ... the York County Coast Star, will ask questions of candidates in the following races: Republican ...

Morning Sentinel Oct. 7 police log - Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel
IN ANSON, Saturday at 10 a.m., a harassment complaint was made on West Mills Road. Sunday at 9:41 a.m., an animal complaint was made on Horseback Road. IN BINGHAM, Saturday at 4:31 p.m., suspicious activity was reported on Main Street.

Calendar of events - observer-me.com
DOVER-FOXCROFT: The Cure for Addiction meeting is held weekly from 6-7 p.m. at the Calvary Chapel Maine Highlands, 48 Morton Ave. FMI call 564-9058. GREENVILLE: The Partnership Food ... DEXTER: TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meets from 5:30-7 p.m. FMI ...

Tuttle announces bid for Senate 33 - Biddeford Journal Tribune
SANFORD — Former longtime Democratic legislator and current Sanford City Councilor John Tuttle announced his candidacy for Senate District 33. Unopposed in the June primary, he will go up against Republican incumbent Sen. David Woodsome for the ...

Friday updates from the Maine campaign trail - Bangor Daily News
Virtually all of it went to help five candidates, two of whom are incumbents — Sens. Amy Volk of Scarborough and David Woodsome of North Waterboro. They're running against former Rep. Linda Sanborn, D-Gorham, and former Sen. John Tuttle, D-Sanford, ...and more »

After 25 years of term limits, Maine still has plenty of career politicians - Bangor Daily News
After four unsuccessful attempts beginning in 1979, legislative term limits took effect in 1993, a year after a scandal involving ballot tampering by an aide for then-House Speaker John Martin, D-Eagle Lake, who at the time had led the House for 18 ...

Dover Point's new look: A village in a village - Foster's Daily Democrat
John Tuttle, principal of T|W Designs, LLC., the architect that designed the building, said it's made to look like “additions through the ages.” The pod of the building closest Dover Point Road was intended to have a more traditional look, Tuttle said ...