April 08, 2020
CANDIDATE PROFILE

House District 52, Washington-Jefferson area

Republican

William C. McKeen

Age: 65

Address: P.O. Box 148 , Whitefield, ME 04353

E-mail: katahdin5280@netscape.net

Web site: www.lincolncountygop.org/billmckeen

Family: Wife Sue, three children, four stepchildren, six grandchildren, two great-grandchildren

Education: Camden High School Occupation: Graphic designer

Experience: Owner of Minuteman Sign Centers in Augusta, member of the Lincoln County Republican Committee and the Whitefield Republican Town Committee Top three priorities if elected:

? I will support every bill designed to grow Maine’s economy. This would provide better jobs for our citizens and keep more of our young people home in Maine.

? I would support all efforts to lower our tax burden. A better economy would provide better-paying jobs to more people, which would spread the tax burden among us more fairly.

? I would support improvements to Dirigo Health or any other plan that would insure more citizens and lead to an increase in preventive care.

Democrat

Elizabeth S. Miller

Age: 55

Address: 6 Hemlock Lane, Somerville, ME 04348

E-mail: lisammaine@mac.com

Web site: http://janus.state.me.us/house/hsebios/milles.htm

Family: Husband of 33 years: Roy Miller, M.D.; sons: Nathan, 24, married, engineer in Seattle; Brian, 21, senior in forestry at University of Maine; Terry, 18, freshman in Audio Production at New England Institute of Art.

Education: Bachelor’s degree in human biology, Stanford University, 1973; master’s degree in public health, University of Michigan, 1977

Occupation: Senior program officer, Bingham Program (a Maine-based philanthropy giving grants to improve health and health care in Maine)

Experience: Five years on the Somerville School Committee; 20 years as town health officer; 20 years as volunteer on Somerville Fire Department Women’s Auxiliary; three years as a regional recycling volunteer Top three priorities if elected:

? Economic development for small towns and rural areas.

? Comprehensive tax reform.

? Control of health care costs.


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