Under the Dome and in the Big Tent
May 6, 2022
In the first of two programs, State Representative and State Senate Candidate Nicole Grohoski will offer her perspectives on the desirable future of our state and the work needed to get us there.
In the second program on May 13th, Brian Langley, former State Senator and current State Senate candidate will share his commitments as a Republican candidate.
Nicole Grohoski is a geographic information system (GIS) specialist and cartographer and works for a small, Maine-based mapping company. She grew up in Ellsworth and graduated from Middlebury College, where she studied environmental studies and chemistry.
She is in her second term in the Maine House representing Ellsworth and Trenton (District 132) and serves as a member of the Joint Standing Committee on Energy, Utilities and Technology, where she has been a passionate advocate for affordable and reliable electricity, universal broadband, and internet privacy. Her other policy priorities include more affordable health care, lower property taxes, quality education and workforce development, and environmental protection. In 2021, Grohoski sponsored a first-in-the-nation law to hold the corporations who produce packaging waste responsible for paying for its disposal, shifting the burden away from taxpayers. She has been nominated by the Democratic Party to stand in the June 14th Special Election for Maine Senate Seat 7 (Hancock County) now open following the resignation of Democrat Louie Luchini.
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