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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

In the News

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Legislature revisits bill that would require employers to provide sick leave - Mainebiz

Vape pen, e-cigarette use increasing in Maine middle, high schools - WCSH-WLBZ

Portland postpones vote on paid sick leave - WCSH-WLBZ

Maine briefs: Man with 3 wives in custody; More snow on the way - Times Record

Chronic absenteeism starts early in Maine - WGME

Could Mandated Paid Sick Leave Be in Maine's Future? -

Maine briefs: Sexual harassment trainer booted from Statehouse; Tweaks to lucrative East Coast scallop fishery up for debate - Times Record

A consultant hired to review Maine's child welfare system found these flaws -

Community News | | Scarborough Leader - Scarborough Leader

Sen. Rebecca Millett: Maine has opportunity to re-envision education - Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

2nd-time candidate challenges Millett in Senate District 29 - The Forecaster

Lawmakers to hold Scarborough office hours - The Forecaster

Lack of paid sick leave is inconsistent with Maine values - Bangor Daily News

Maine State Senate, District 29 | | Scarborough Leader - Scarborough Leader

Women can't afford to have their reproductive rights rolled back - Bangor Daily News

Maine Senate Passes Bill To Keep Lead Out Of School Water - Maine Public

Paid sick leave will raise costs for small businesses — and they can't afford it - Bangor Daily News

Monday, December 31, 2018: Too much attention to immigrant deaths, save a Camden landmark, paid sick leave - Bangor Daily News

Portland to hold hearing on paid sick leave - WMTW Portland

Sen. Millett and Rep. Madigan: Protect Maine's youngest residents to ensure better future for us all - Press Herald

Maine is again on the cusp of changing high school diploma requirements - Bangor Daily News

A look at the women leading legislatures across the US - Star Tribune

Senate President Troy Jackson announces committee assignments for the 129th Maine Senate - The County

These Maine lawmakers will control 2019's biggest State House debates - Bangor Daily News

Letter: Re-elect Millett in Senate District 29 - The Forecaster

Maine Legislative Leaders Reject Bills To Arm Teachers, Impose More Gun Control - Maine Public

Gorham Democrat Sanborn unseats Scarborough Republican Volk in state Senate District 30 - The Forecaster

Maine school security upgrades get priority for loans - WABI

Legislature will consider lots of gun bills - Bangor Daily News

South Portland to change controversial proficiency-based grading at high school - Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Early education can boost economy and cut crime, Fed expert says - Bangor Daily News

Doctor in the Senate | - Sentry

Committee endorses bill to create universal sick leave in Maine - Mainebiz

Bill would set Maine teacher salaries at minimum of $40000 - Press Herald

Independent MacAuslan challenges Democrat Millett in Senate District 29 - The Forecaster

Portland hearing will focus on proposal to require paid sick leave - Press Herald

South Portland, Scarborough projects get Maine DOT funding - The Forecaster

How LePage's budget would radically change Maine schools - Bangor Daily News

What Maine's new government will mean to you - Press Herald

2 Scarborough councilors eye House nods; primary contests take shape in Cape Elizabeth, South Portland - The Forecaster

Nobody Knows How Many Kids Get Caught With Guns In School. Here’s Why. - HuffPost

Maine lawmakers propose lowering speed on white-knuckle section of I-295 - Press Herald

Portland was first with ranked-choice voting, legal pot and higher wages. What will the city bring to Maine in 2019? - Bangor Daily News

Maine Primary Election Results - New York Times

Proficiency-based Letdown? - Pine Tree Watch

University of Maine at Farmington dean's list - Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Our View: With proficiency-based learning abandoned, Maine is back to square one - Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Lobbyists Mingled With State Lawmakers At Democrats Closed-Door Policy Retreat - HuffPost

Legislative panel votes to remove requirement for proficiency-based diplomas - Press Herald

Maine rethinks requiring student proficiency to earn a diploma - Press Herald

Legislators vote to ease Maine's proficiency-based education mandate, allow more 'local control' - Press Herald

The consequences of paying our teachers poverty-level wages - Bangor Daily News

Maine Voices: Public health challenges going unanswered by a remiss state - Press Herald

Here's an easy way for Maine to solve its child care problem - Bangor Daily News

Maine schools prepare for the worst, but that's no guarantee of safety - Press Herald

Faucets likely source of lead in Yarmouth school water - The Forecaster

Paul LePage's Latest Stunt: Naming Himself Education Commissioner - The Atlantic

Their moment is here, and Maine women are running with it - Press Herald

Dubois appointed to Maine environmental post | Local News - Conway Daily Sun

Are school threats the new normal in Maine? - Lewiston Sun Journal

Play ball! say Maine supporters of 30-minute school recess bill - Press Herald

Rep. Heidi Sampson: In Maine schools, 'proficiency' may not mean what you think it does - Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Parents of Maine teen hurt in skateboard accident say sleepover hosts to blame for crash - Bangor Daily News

School lunch debt a problem for Portland students, schools - The Forecaster

KVAC track: Edward Little dominates in Class A - Press Herald

Crash course: Obstacles no match for 280 hardy souls in Ragged Mountain Scuttle - By Ken Waltz - Republican Journal

We Don’t Need a Leaked Email to Know Where Kavanaugh Stands on Abortion - The Cut

McAuley basketball experience was something to behold - The Forecaster

What Mike Thibodeau’s entry means to the 2018 Maine governor’s race - Bangor Daily News

LePage wants to fix Maine, but his to-do list is built on shaky history, data - Bangor Daily News

Maine Senate approves bill requiring exercise in schools - Press Herald

41 years of stars: BDN All-Maine Schoolgirl Basketball teams, 1977 to 2017 - Bangor Daily News

Kennebec Courts Feb. 2-8, 2017 - Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Bill would forbid schools from denying lunch to students who can't pay - Press Herald

Bowen steps down as Maine education chief - Press Herald

Bill could waive college tuition for academically strong students living in poverty - Bangor Daily News

Maine to lower speed limit from 70 to 65 mph on crash-prone stretch of I-295 - Press Herald


Sports For the Record: Jan. 17, 2019 | Sports | - Tulsa World

Central Maine Community College announces dean's list - Lewiston Sun Journal

Local soccer players make regional all-star teams -

LL Bean 10K results - Press Herald

Form N-PX Voya SERIES FUND INC For: Jun 30 -

Education Committee endorses $40000 minimum salary for Maine public school teachers - Press Herald

UMF announces Dean's List for fall 2016 semester | Inside UMF - Farmington Flyer

Race for pivotal Maine Senate seat draws heavy attention - Press Herald


Society Notebook: June 26, 2016 - Press Herald

South Portland passes resolution supporting Muslims, immigrants - Press Herald

USM plans to cut 50 more faculty, slash two programs - Press Herald

Portland filmmaking couple Desiree Van Til and Sean Mewshaw talk about 'Tumbledown' - Press Herald

Administration unveils school grades; C the average for Central Maine schools - Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Kennebec County courts July 7-13, 2016 - Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Maine's new graduation mandates challenge school districts - Press Herald


Monmouth/Winthrop Adult Ed graduates recognized - Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Year-end accolades, promotions and new hires - Press Herald

Form N-PX MSS Series Trust For: Jun 30 -

2015 Kennebec Journal Girls Outdoor Track Athlete of the Year: Madeline Reny, Cony - Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

A smarter way to get smart in Maine? Go to state colleges free, pay later - Press Herald