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Citizen's Guide - Karen Kusiak


District: 84 (map)

Committe: Inland Fisheries and Wildlife

Party: Democratic

Family: 2 Children

Occupation: Teacher Educator


Phone: (207) 453-6834 (home) (207) 441-2048 (cell) (207) 859-4424 (business)


Official Website - Facebook

Address: 66 Bray Avenue, Fairfield


2012 Election

General: Kusiak 2,252; Picchiotti 1,977
Primary: Kusiak 215; Finch 192
Spending: Kusiak: $4,997.38 (Clean Elections Candidate) Picchiotti: $4,423.00 (Clean Elections Candidate)
Endorsements: MPA; MSEA; EQME; AFL-CIO

In the News

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Cyrway appears to hold off Kusiak in Senate District 16 - Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Two Democrats in race to challenge incumbent in Senate District 16 - Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

These key Maine legislative races will decide State House power until 2020 - Bangor Daily News

Lawmakers urged to save advanced placement program for students in rural Maine - Press Herald

Karen Heck: Before voting, ask yourself these questions - Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Where the Maine Senate candidates stand on the economy, health care and more - Bangor Daily News

Maine teachers union balks at LePage push to ease certification standards - Bangor Daily News

Maine Academy of Natural Sciences graduates 32 at Fairfield campus - Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Administrative restructuring planned in Fairfield-based SAD 49 - Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

President Obama Issues Second Round of Midterm Endorsements -

Democratic super PAC spends almost $500000 to back Janet Mills for governor - Press Herald

Former President Obama Backs More Than 250 Democrats Ahead of Midterms - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Waterville Democrat wins Ward 1 council seat by 2 votes in recount - Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Maine Primary Election Results - New York Times

Scores of state lawmakers took trips subsidized by controversial Turkish opposition movement - The Center for Public Integrity

More than 500 researchers sign NCLB letter to Congress: stop test-focused reforms - Washington Post

Chicago Marathon Thanks Thousands of Volunteers: Read Their Names - NBC Chicago