April 08, 2020
CANDIDATE PROFILE

House District 22, Glenburn-Kenduskeag area

Republican

Christian D. Greeley

Age: 44

Address: Union Street (PO Box 353), Levant, ME 04456

E-mail: CGTC@aol.com

Web site: www.greeleyconsulting.com

Family: Donna Gormley, wife; Allie, Samantha and Cole, children

Education: Attended Bangor and John Bapst high schools; attended Husson College, graduated with a business degree from Eastern Maine Community College; also a graduate of the Maine Criminal Justice Academy

Occupation: Professional public speaker, trainer and consultant, as owner of Chris Greeley Training & Consulting; also a published author; police officer for the town of Holden and former adjunct college faculty

Experience: Current member of Maine Legislature (in my fourth year). Current-former member of U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, Bangor Chamber of Commerce, Levant Library Committee, NRA, Maine AFL-CIO and others

Top three priorities if elected:

? Taxes. Maine has one of the highest tax burdens in the country. We must lower our taxes and make our state more livable for everyone.

? Health care and prescription drugs. Mainers should NEVER have to choose between their health and buying food or heating their homes.

? Small business. Helping our small employers helps Maine. We must create an environment of success for small businesses, the very backbone of our state’s economy.

Democrat

Ben Erik Lamborn

Age: 44

Address: 726 Horseback Road, Levant, ME 04456

E-mail: BenLamborn@highstream.net

Web site: None

Family: Wife, Sarah Nadiah Sha’afi; daughter, Hannah Lynn, 6

Education: Bachelor’s degree in political science, 1988, Temple University; juris doctor degree, 1992, Temple University School of Law

Occupation: At-home dad, old-house restorer; four years on town of Levant’s budget committee

Experience: Was awarded for outstanding pro bono service in private family law practice. Was a UAW member while working at a factory making automotive gas springs. Former real estate salesman and small-business owner doing light construction and handyman work

Top three priorities if elected:

? Being a full-time representative.

? Environmentally sound economic development through wiser state expenditures and taxing policies.

? Reducing economic dependence on foreign imports and investment.


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