Q&A: Maine House District 95 Candidate Paula Sutton

October 12th, 2018 by admin Leave a reply »

Paula Sutton, R-Warren: I learned from a young age that success can be the fruit of adversity. With my own personal experience with a childhood disability, I have a unique perspective and can champion for prioritizing Maine’s most vulnerable citizens. I am not one to dwell on victimhood, prefer to put forth a positive can-do attitude, and demonstrate my strong work ethic, love of state and country.  I have sponsored and passed legislation to inform voters of fiscal impact when approving new bonds which helps promote sustainable government.

I serve on the Marine Resources and Government Oversight committees, and am the Principal Officer of the Women’s Leadership Fund. Regarding jobs and the economy, I have been involved in the Maine lobster and restaurant industries for many years. I know how important jobs are to the Maine workforce and how vital is to have healthy workers. 

I am running for re-election to make Maine a more jobs and family friendly place so our children and grandchildren don’t have to leave to find good paying jobs and a brighter economic future.  Very proud to be a Maine native and have a diverse and extensive small business background, which includes two restaurants, a sign company, multiple real estate projects and a wholesale seafood company. Pleased to have been twice named YMCA Volunteer of the Year, active with Warren Day committee and member Warren Planning Board of Appeals.  I have spent significant time traveling and living in Central America which gives me a

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