District: 23 (map)

Committe: Minority Leader -

Party: Republican

Previous Service: House: 123, 124 Senate: 125

2012 Ratings: MPA 6%; AFL-CIO 6%; MCV 22%; MSEA 0%; NFIB 100%; MWL 23.5%; MEA 0%

2010 Ratings: AFL-CIO 29%; NFIB 86%; SAM "A"


Phone: (207) 223-5177 (home)

Email: senatorthibodeau@aol.com

Official Website - Facebook

Address: 169 Coles Corner Rd., Winterport


2012 Election

General: Thibodeau 10,747; Curry 9,306
Primary: Unopposed
Spending: Thibodeau: $12,675.98 (Clean Elections Candidate) Curry: $21,287.22 (Clean Elections Candidate)
Endorsements: NFIB

2010 Election

General: Thibodeau 9,365; Piotti 7,903
Primary: Unopposed

2008 Election

General: Thibodeau 2,445; Yentes 2,242
Primary: Unopposed

2006 Election

General: Thibodeau 1,940; Gilbert 1,651
Primary: Selected to run by the Republican Party

In the News

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Legislature overrides 20 of LePage's 33 vetoes on final day - Bangor Daily News
Republican Senate President Mike Thibodeau said serving in the 127th Legislature was hard and at times “doggone miserable.” But he said progress is progress, no matter how minor. “If we do everything exactly right and if we make all the right decisions ...and more »

Messalonskee High School honor roll - Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel
High honors: Brenden Barrett, Alyssa Bean, Amelia Bradfield, Alexis Carney, Colton Chavarie, Alexis Crowell, Adam DeWitt, Elizabeth Donahue, Gabrielle Elkin, Grace Elliott, Michael Estes, Shelby Fletcher, Cameron Goff, Markiana Hewett, Amber Kochaver ...

DWI License Revocations - The Union Leader
... 30, Lebanon, Maine; Michelle M. Olds, 50, Lewiston, Maine; Kevin T. Connell, 22, Pleasantville, N.Y.; Brian K. Dickey, 44, Queensbury, N.Y.; Elizabeth G. Sgambelluri, 24, Kintnersville, Pa.; Dennis R. Champagne, 58, Kearns, Utah; Marcel D ...

Lawmakers returning to Augusta to decide on dozens of vetoes - Press Herald
He urged the people in the audience to reject a statewide ballot measure that would raise Maine's minimum wage to $12 an hour. House lawmakers are expected to officially kill a bill seeking a more modest minimum wage increase than the $12-an-hour ...and more »

As LePage refuses to do his job, Senate President Thibodeau proves his leadership - Bangor Daily News
Friday's events at the State House perfectly encapsulated a persistent gulf between the two highest-ranking Republicans in Maine state government and their behavior and priorities. One of those ... Which brings us to Senate President Michael Thibodeau.

Maine public education task force holds 1st meeting in secret - Lewiston Sun Journal
House Speaker Mark Eves, D-North Berwick, and Senate President Mike Thibodeau, R-Winterport, declined comment Monday on why lawmakers were being allowed to participate in private meetings without sanction. According to the agenda, commission ...and more »

Lawmakers to Sift Through Vetoes, But Other Battles Linger - Maine Public Broadcasting
Senate President Mike Thibodeau says there are other issues besides vetoes. The measure allowing recreational use of marijuana will likely be defeated by lawmakers, sending it to the voters in the fall for a decision at the ballot box. “At this late ...

Platform doesn't reflect Maine GOP's call for “least intrusive” government - The Ellsworth American
If there were an award for the Most Courageous Leadership in Augusta (there isn't), it should go to Senate President Mike Thibodeau. If he is not recognized by his party, we'll give him the People's Choice award. Go forth and fundraise, Republicans.and more »

Marshwood High announces third-term honor roll - Foster's Daily Democrat
SOUTH BERWICK, Maine — Marshwood High School has released its third-term honor roll. ... Also, Ava Magoon, Elora Montgomery, Miranda Montgomery, Miles Moody, Paul Pollaro, Lydia Reppucci, Logan Roberts, Makayla Runey, Chloe Shields, Alexa Sintiris ...

business-backed $10-an-hour minimum wage bill falls short - Press Herald
AUGUSTA — A last-ditch effort to raise Maine's minimum wage to $10 an hour won a majority of votes in the Maine Senate on Thursday but still fell short of the numbers needed to become law. Thursday's 22-12 vote was the latest example of the unusual ...