April 05, 2020
CANDIDATE PROFILE

House District 15, Bangor

Republican

Scott Dunbar

Age: 45

Address: 16 Elizabeth Ave., Bangor, ME 04401

E-mail: E-mail address not provided

Web site: Web site not provided

Family: Wife, Chris; daughter, Heather; son, Ryan

Education: Bachelor’s degree in construction management

Occupation: General contractor

Experience: 20 years

Top three priorities if elected:

? Lower taxes: Reduce income taxes, reduce property taxes, cut state spending.

? Better jobs: Reduce the cost of doing business (taxes, health insurance and energy), reduce regulations that hamper business growth, promote a friendly environment for business.

? Affordable health care: Create high-risk pools for low-income Mainers, create health savings accounts, create open competition through deregulation.

Democrat

Jacqueline R. Norton

Age: 63

Address: 85 Thomas Hill Road, Bangor, ME 04401

E-mail: jrnorton@prexar.com

Web site: Web site not provided

Family: Single, four adult sons, three granddaughters

Education: Bachelor’s degree in mathematics, master’s degree in educational administration, certificate of advanced studies, University of Maine

Occupation: Retired 40-year public school teacher (high school math); 27-year small-business owner and operator, 27 years in property management, five years as small-woodlot owner

Experience: State legislator, six years, co-chair Education Committee, Joint Select Committee for Property Tax Reform, Labor Committee; high school math teacher, Adult Ed and American Dependents teacher for DOD-ARMY

Top three priorities if elected:

? In the wealthiest nation on Earth, access to quality health care should be a basic human right. I will continue to work toward that end for Maine people.

? I will continue to work to provide quality jobs that pay a livable wage and to strive for fair taxation for Mainers.

? I will continue to work to provide access to quality education at affordable prices for Maine people to provide themselves with a high standard of living and ensure a globally competitive work force.


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