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Citizen's Guide - Michael Thibodeau


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)


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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More investigations loom for busy Maine government watchdog - Bangor Daily News
Pinny Beebe-Center, D-Rockland, that would continue funding a $2.2 million child abuse prevention program that the LePage administration has said it will end in September. It has gotten bipartisan support after the uproar over the Kennedy and Chick ...

Lawmakers fight to keep four child protection services funded - WGME
Rep. Beebe-Center says she works with another one of the programs in the partnership, and says CPPC is unique because of their "ground-level" approach. "It's a program that goes into the neighborhoods that deals one on one with people, and then pulls ...

Bangor Officials Respond following 10 Year Old Girl's Murder - WABI
They maintain the department is not refusing to comment, but is instead not able to as dictated by Maine law. Senate President Michael Thibodeau is asking Governor LePage to investigate DHHS following reports the department was notified about child ...

Bill to save Maine child abuse prevention program attracts bipartisan support - Lewiston Sun Journal
... bill that would save a $2.2 million child abuse prevention program is making its way through the Legislature, after the deaths of two Maine girls from child abuse in the last four months. The LePage administration had announced in February that it ...

Bill to save Maine child abuse prevention program attracting bipartisan support - Press Herald
Senate President Michael Thibodeau, a Republican running for governor, is signing onto the bill as a co-sponsor, said his spokeswoman, Krysta West. A spokeswoman for Republican Gov. Paul LePage did not immediately respond to a request for comment ...

Republicans in running for all 35 State Senate districts -
EDITOR'S NOTE: Since our staff cannot meet with all candidates or cover their campaign events, we have created this site to share candidate press releases and statements with our readers. The items are posted in their words and unedited. The views ...and more »

Editorial, March 22, 2018 - Republican Journal
Michael Thibodeau. According to the Press Herald, Thibodeau has been urging LePage to get personally involved in finding solutions to Maine's system of protecting children, after the deaths of 10-year-old Marissa Kennedy of Stockton Springs and 4-year ...and more »

Bruce Poliquin sold his family home, reviving questions about his 2nd District residence - Bangor Daily News
Good morning from Augusta. Residency may again be an issue in Maine's 2nd Congressional District. U.S. Rep. Bruce Poliquin sold his in-district home in January, but his political adviser says he's still living in an apartment there under a rental ...and more »

Maine Republicans field candidates for all 35 state Senate districts -
Maine Senate President Michael Thibodeau, R-Waldo, said March 15 that Republicans will be on the ballot for all 35 senate seats in Maine. All candidates have successfully gathered the 100 required signatures from their districts and submitted them to ...

Gun bills may surface in Maine Legislature as national debate rages - Press Herald
It wasn't clear if the bump stock bill would get the votes Tuesday to be presented to the full Legislature. “It looks like the federal government is poised to take up the issue and I think that is more appropriate than doing it piecemeal” at the state ...and more »