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Citizen's Guide - Rebecca Millett


District: 7 (map)

Committe: Education and Cultural Affairs (Chair); Taxation

Party: Democratic


Phone: (207) 799-3224 (home)


Official Website - Facebook

Address: 12 Waumbek Rd., Cape Elizabeth


2012 Election

General: Millett 13,950; Wallace 7,788
Primary: Millett 1,592; Kaenrath 932
Spending: Millett: $26,250.19 (Clean Elections Candidate) Wallace: $5,465.19 (Privately Financed)
Endorsements: MPA; MCV; MSEA; EQME; AFL-CIO

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Election 2018 - Sentry
The district has been held since 2012 by Democrat Rebecca Millett. Challenging her ... It is imperative that Maine's next Governor work with the legislature and renewable energy researchers and entrepreneurs to put us back on track for energy independence.

Sen. Rebecca Millett: Maine has opportunity to re-envision education - Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel
All Maine children ought to have access to a quality education system that teaches critical life skills and sets students on a path to success. It's essential to building a strong generation of Mainers and ultimately a stronger state. Proficiency-based ...

Letter: Re-elect Millett in Senate District 29 - The Forecaster
State Sen. Rebecca Millett, D-South Portland, has been an outstanding senator for District 29 (South Portland, Cape Elizabeth, and part of Scarborough). She has worked tirelessly since 2012 to protect and improve our way of life on education, the ...

Maine Voices: No better time for state to re-envision how we educate young people - Press Herald
In the Legislature's Education Committee, we spent six years trying to support this seismic change to Maine's public education system. Yet, between the revolving door of education commissioners and a top-down mandate, pursued without sufficient ...and more »

We came to Augusta to solve problems, but the State House is plagued with inaction - Bangor Daily News
There is a lot of work in front of us and a number of smart, thoughtful lawmakers who want to do the work. But Maine's chief executive and select number of obstructionist lawmakers routinely prevent Mainers from getting what they need from their ...

Maine is again on the cusp of changing high school diploma requirements - Bangor Daily News
Sen. Rebecca Millett says that by removing that mandate, she hopes schools can still pursue proficiency-based education if they want to. “But when we mandate it like this, then I'm not convinced that people are doing it for the right reasons,” Millett ...and more »

Sen. Millett and Rep. Madigan: Protect Maine's youngest residents to ensure better future for us all - Press Herald
AUGUSTA — Maine parents have plenty to worry about – rising health care costs, saving for their child's future and figuring out how they are going to be able to save for retirement, to name a few. And now they also have to worry about the health and ...and more »

Maine rethinks requiring student proficiency to earn a diploma - Press Herald
Rebecca Millett, D-Cape Elizabeth, said Wednesday after hearing feedback on the department's amendment. “This opens up a whole debate around proficiency. … I'm feeling a level of nausea, like, 'Whoa! It's just been cracked open again.' ” And now that ...

Maine Legislative Leaders Reject Bills To Arm Teachers, Impose More Gun Control - Maine Public
Rebecca Millett, a South Portland Democrat, sponsored that bill. “We certainly want to support our schools in their efforts to use best practices and make necessary investments for the safety of our children.” Sen. Garrett Mason, a Lisbon Falls ...and more »

Non-profit: Maine leads country in school threats per capita - WGME
State Senator Rebecca Millett says she's passionate about her work on the state's Joint Standing Committee on Education and Cultural Affairs. Friday, we showed her the section of Maine law requiring the Department of Education to tell her committee ...