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Susan M. W. Austin, State Rep

Jun 22, 2018

Susan M. Austin is an American politician from Maine. Austin, a Republican, represents the town of Gray, Maine in the Maine House of Representatives. She previously held the same seat from 2002 to 2010. In 2010, she was unable to seek re-election in 2010 due to term-limits. She has also served on the Gray Town Council as well as on the MSAD 15 School Board. Austin earned an A.A. from Bliss College in Lewiston, Maine.[1]

Austin ran again for the District 109 seat in 2012 but lost by 35 votes to incumbent Democrat Anne Graham.

Austin ran once more in 2014 and won the seat, which opened when Anne Graham did not seek re-election.

Address: 136 Yarmouth Road, Gray, ME 04039

Home Telephone: (207) 657-4100

Business Telephone: (207) 657-4100

E-Mail: Sue.Austin@legislature.maine.gov

State House Message Phone: (800) 423-2900

State House TTY Line: (207) 287-4469

Representing: District 67 – Casco (part), Frye Island, Gray (part) and Raymond (part)

Committee: Labor, Commerce, Research and Economic Development

Party Affiliation: Republican

Legal Residence: Gray

Seat in House Chamber: 64

Occupation: Management Assistant

Family: Ernest (Husband), 4 Children, 11 Grandchildren

Legislative Service: 121st, 122nd, 123rd, 124th, 127th


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Events

Event: The Hyper Sexualization of School Children
The featured speaker will be SHAWN McBREAIRTY: He is the Director of Special Projects for the Maine First Project, and has personal experience with the hard-left’s goals to indoctrinate school children. In 2020, his opposition to CRT in Greely High School brought him national attention. He now works to inform parents about Leftist indoctrination in public schools.
Will Your Vote Count in November? Will the Next Election Be Stolen?
The Gray Republicans are hosting a new program about election integrity, titled “Will Your Vote Count in November? Will the Next Election Be Stolen?” The event will be on Wednesday, April 20, 2022, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Bible Believing Baptist Church at 92 Center Road in Gray. Tickets are $5 at the door. Refreshments will be served.
Gray Republican 2022 Caucus
Directions: From Center Road going south, take a right on Rustic Road and park behind the church. Enter through the back door.

All Republicans in Gray are invited to participate in this event. After the Caucus business is finished, we will hear from some of our candidates.
Maine State Rep Heidi Sampson speaking on "What the Hard Left Is Doing to Our School Children"
Do you want America’s children to be indoctrinated by the Hard Left through “Social Emotional Learning,” Critical Race Theory, and Gender Confusion?

News

VOTE ON September 8th, 2020! Stop the Town of Gray from Overspending and Raising Taxes!
A special vote called by the town of Gray on a Budget issue that they're trying to shove through without anyone noticing.
Can You Help Us Reach 1,900+ Republican Voters in Gray?
A Republican in Gray recently told me that she and her husband have been Gray residents for twenty years, but had NO IDEA that a "Gray Republican Committee" existed. Well... we have to fix that!

We've been searching for cost-effective ways to let the 1,900+ Republican voters in Gray know that we exist and then inspire them to work with us to save America and Freedom.
Gov. Mills: Open Maine Now!
Gov. Janet Mills of Maine needs to dial back the abnormal fear of COVID-19. A MUCH bigger problem is the collapse of the Maine economy if she continues her Draconian Shutdown. The op/ed below is from Republican State Senator Rich Cebra.
April 16 Letter to the Governor from Maine's Joint Republican Caucus 129th Legislature
On April 16, legislative Republicans submitted a letter to the Governor voicing their own concerns along with questions from their constituents. The original intent was to allow the Governor to respond, rather than communicate through press releases.

News organizations have subsequently obtained the letter with plans to report on it. Therefore, we are making it available, unfiltered, for the public to see.
News from the Chair, Peter Falkenberg Brown
The shutdown seems to have saved many lives, which is a good thing, but as many people have said, we don't want the cure to be worse than the disease. Here's hoping that Gov. Mills will ease things open, in a common sense fashion: both businesses and recreational venues. People need to be able to sit in the sun and look at the ocean, in my opinion. It heals the soul and helps the body.