Lincoln County Republican Committee Meeting - Wednesday, September 21, 2016
The Lincoln County Republican Committee will meet on Wednesday, September 21, 2016, in Boothbay, Maine.
- Refreshments & Social Time - 6:30 PM
- Formal Meeting - 7 PM
Place: Charles E. Sherman, Jr. American Legion Post 36 at 25 Industrial Park Road, Boothbay, ME.
CHARLES E. SHERMAN, JR. AMERICAN LEGION POST 36
25 INDUSTRIAL PARK RD
BOOTHBAY ME 04537
We plan a presentation about referendum question 3 which proposes major new restrictions on firearm ownership in Maine. Chairman O'Connell is putting together this program.
With Labor Day past, our candidates are getting into full-time, or as close to that as possible, campaigning. Come to the September 21st meeting to hear how they are doing and how you can help them.
We would appreciate each town committee – Hint! Hint! – bringing some refreshments for the social time. Any questions to John (380-5166), Ken (644-8354), or Peter (563-3104).
Head towards Boothbay via either Route 27 or River Road, as you prefer. Industrial Park Road is a short distance beyond Boothbay Railway Village, on the left. The Legion hall will be up the hill and on the right.
Our mailing address is:
Our website URL is:
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Here is an online link to our September, 2016 Newsletter (PDF)
Lincoln County Republican Newsletter - September, 2016
Election Headquarters - Volunteers Wanted
Volunteers are needed to help staff our
Lincoln County Republican Headquarters.
15 Courtyard Lane
(Above the Salt Bay Café)
Please call 563-2424 to let us know
your availability to help staff the office.If you call and no one is available to answer your call,
please leave a voice message with your name and contact information
and we’ll call you back to let you know how and when you can best help.
You can help make the difference by manning the office phone and
handing out yard signs and candidate literature
to Republicans and others coming to visit the office.
With thanks and appreciation for your volunteerism,
The Lincoln County Republican Committee.
Governor LePage's Accomplishments ( 2012 - 2013 )
Under the leadership of Governor Paul R. LePage, Mainers have benefited from fiscal responsibility and an improved business climate. The LePage Administration implemented the largest tax cut in Maine history, allowing for low-income Mainers to keep their hard-earned money; fixed the pension system; paid the massive welfare debt to Maine's hospitals; reformed welfare programs; reduced regulations on businesses; and brought accountability and transparency to government.
Please take a moment to read about the positive changes achieved under the leadership of Governor LePage (PDF).