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Citizen's Guide - Geoffrey Gratwick


District: 32 (map)

Committe: Environment and Natural Resources; Insurance and Financial Services (Chair)

Party: Democratic


Phone: (207) 947-0637 (home)


Official Website - Facebook

Address: 1230 Kenduskeag Ave., Bangor


2012 Election

General: Gratwick 8,793; Farnham 8,295
Primary: Unopposed
Spending: Gratwick: $21,004.36 (Clean Elections Candidate) Farnham: $21,461.62 (Clean Elections Candidate)
Endorsements: MPA; MCV; MSEA; EQME; SC; AFL-CIO

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Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018: Gratwick for Maine Senate, Maine needs Jackson's leadership, Question 1 deeply flawed - Bangor Daily News
Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018: Gratwick for Maine Senate, Maine needs Jackson's leadership, Question 1 deeply flawed ... I have had the honor and privilege of serving the people of my hometown as both a state representative and state senator for 16 years ...

Friday, Oct. 19, 2018: Huhn for Bangor School Committee, Moody for governor, Golden for Congress - Bangor Daily News
Warmer springs and falls are causing increased numbers of ticks, which are killing moose calves throughout Maine. Warming waters are reducing the range of our trout and salmon and supporting increasing numbers of warm water competitors, such as small ...

Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018: Delay Kavanaugh vote, protect Endangered Species Act, confirm Kavanaugh - Bangor Daily News
My support for Senate District 9 is going to Sen. Geoff Gratwick. Why re-elect Gratwick? For me, the most outstanding reasons is a quote from his 2018 Legislative Report. He states, “Despite our often-voiced differences, we in Maine know how to work ...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 ...and more »

Opioid Crisis: Understanding the problem and creating solutions - Bangor Daily News
Cushing was joined by one of his colleagues in the legislature, Senator Geoff Gratwick (D) Bangor, who is also a retired physician. Both men served on the states opioid task force which, in December, released a comprehensive report to tackle the opioid ...

Part One: Dying with dignity - WABI
Dr. Geoffrey Gratwick is a rheumatologist and a lawmaker. "I believe very strongly about this. I was a proponent of the two bills that came forward in the session and my perspective is both based on my personal work as a physician and I will simply say ...

Republicans lack candidates for three Maine Senate races - Bangor Daily News
Geoff Gratwick, D-Bangor, in District 9. Senate Republicans have a good track record with replacement candidates. Sens. Scott Cyrway of Benton, David Woodsome of North Waterboro and Lisa Keim of Dixfield all won election as replacements. All are seen ...and more »

Candidates take diverse paths in cash race to succeed LePage - Bangor Daily News
This week, we got the first look at how the four gubernatorial candidates on Maine's November ballot have been raising and spending their money since the June primaries and the result is four deeply divergent campaign strategies. ..... Geoff Gratwick ...

Did the system fail Marissa and Kendall? DHHS investigative report to be released - WCSH-WLBZ
AUGUSTA (NEWS CENTER Maine) – The people of Maine will finally get long-awaited answers about the Department of Health and Human Services, and its handling of two horrific child abuse cases. Marissa Kennedy and Kendall Chick died of brutal child ...

Legislators urged to clarify opioid law that restricts long-term use of painkillers - Press Herald
Geoffrey Gratwick, D-Bangor, that seeks to clarify the law and allow patients like Bruno to continue receiving an appropriate dose from their doctors. The new ... The state has estimated that there are as many as 16,000 long-term opioid users in Maine ...and more »