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Representative Susan M. W. Austin

Jun 22, 2018

Susan M. Austin is an American politician from Maine. Austin, a Republican, represents the town of Gray, Maine in the Maine House of Representatives. She previously held the same seat from 2002 to 2010. In 2010, she was unable to seek re-election in 2010 due to term-limits. She has also served on the Gray Town Council as well as on the MSAD 15 School Board. Austin earned an A.A. from Bliss College in Lewiston, Maine.[1]

Austin ran again for the District 109 seat in 2012 but lost by 35 votes to incumbent Democrat Anne Graham.

Austin ran once more in 2014 and won the seat, which opened when Anne Graham did not seek re-election.

Address: 136 Yarmouth Road, Gray, ME 04039

Home Telephone: (207) 657-4100

Business Telephone: (207) 657-4100

E-Mail: Sue.Austin@legislature.maine.gov

State House Message Phone: (800) 423-2900

State House TTY Line: (207) 287-4469

Representing: District 67 – Casco (part), Frye Island, Gray (part) and Raymond (part)

Committee: Labor, Commerce, Research and Economic Development

Party Affiliation: Republican

Legal Residence: Gray

Seat in House Chamber: 64

Occupation: Management Assistant

Family: Ernest (Husband), 4 Children, 11 Grandchildren

Legislative Service: 121st, 122nd, 123rd, 124th, 127th

 

Next CCRC General Meeting

What: June Monthly Meeting
When: Tuesday, June 18, 2019 - 7:00-8:00 p.m. Business Meeting / 8:00 p.m. Trump Re-Election Kick-Off Watch Party
Where: Casco Fire Station, 637 Meadow Rd, Casco, Maine

All Republicans are welcome!

Events

Cumberland County Golf Tournament
Join the Annual CCRC Golf Tournament!
$100 per golfer includes golf, cart, breakfast, and lunch

May 8, 2019 Public Speech: The Immigration Crisis on the Southern Border
3/28/19: Homeland Security Nielsen:
Immigration System in “system-wide meltdown.”

Questions:
1. Should the Mexican border be completely open like the border between Maine and New Hampshire, so that millions can immigrate at will into the United States?

2. Should we ignore the border crossings of drug traffickers, MS-13 gang members, and jihad terrorists?
Guns and Issues in Maine
Guest Speakers:
Mike Quatrano, Maine Heritage Policy Center
Bruce Ashmore
State-Wide Conservative Citizens Host an Information & Inspiration Meeting in Damariscotta
An ad-hoc group of statewide conservative citizen activists are hosting their second "Information & Inspiration Meeting."

Election Races

KC (Kevin) Hughes for House District #45 (Cumberland and Gray)