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Cutting back on wasteful spending
Promoting clean, renewable energy
Preserving local history

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  • ICYMI: Carlow Answers Questions on Candidacy
    Via Portland Press Herald. Published November 3, 2022. A Buxton legislator is facing a challenger for his seat in House District 137, which includes parts of Buxton and Hollis. Rep. Nathan Carlow, a Republican from Buxton, is facing Robert Faucher, a Democrat from Buxton. Faucher did not respond to requests for information about his candidacy. Here is a look at Carlow’s priorities and positions on some key issues. Q: What are your top priorities and why? I am very concerned by the state of our economy, and if re-elected, my focus will be on keeping costs low forContinue reading “ICYMI: Carlow Answers Questions on Candidacy”
  • Carlow Named 2022 Clean Energy Champion
    Buxton, Maine — Representative Nathan Carlow was named a 2022 Clean Energy Champion by Conservatives for a Clean Energy Future, an organization that educates and advocates policy solutions that advance energy independence and a clean energy future. CCEF recognized Rep. Carlow for “his dedication to advancing the cause of market-based clean energy policy,” in the enclosed statement last week. Last year, Rep. Carlow introduced a joint resolution recognizing clean energy’s importance, which passed the Maine State Legislature with broad bipartisan support. ###
  • ICYMI: 52 lawmakers call on state to ease restrictions to allow more Maine schools to reopen full time
    Via WMTW. Published March 29, 2021 AUGUSTA, Maine — A group of more than 50 Maine lawmakers is calling on the state to ease restrictions to allow more schools to reopen full time. The bipartisan letter, signed by 52 Republican and Democratic lawmakers, was sent to the Maine Department of Education and Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention. The letter calls on the agencies to rescind the 3-feet physical distancing requirement for students and allow districts to develop their own plans. The lawmakers said the 3-feet requirement is preventing many schools from reopening more fully.  The lawmakersContinue reading “ICYMI: 52 lawmakers call on state to ease restrictions to allow more Maine schools to reopen full time”

Representative Carlow attending a bipartisan bill signing ceremony with Governor Janet Mills, and Representatives Morgan Rielly and Representative Kristen Cloutier celebrating the passage of legislation he cosponsored establishing the Maine Community Service Fellows Program


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