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Cathy Breen

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Clean Elections controversy shows lack of integrity

Our democracy works best when every person has a chance to participate in a government where decisions are made in an open, transparent way. It’s one of the reasons I take great pride in Maine’s innovative Clean Elections law, which helps limit dark money, lobby money, and special interests in...

Sen. Breen joins business leaders, activists for “Women Who Dare” panel

AUGUSTA — On Wednesday, Sen. Cathy Breen, D-Falmouth, spoke to a group of Maine women business leaders, advocates and activists for Women Standing Together’s monthly “Women Who Dare” panel. Sen. Breen spoke about her experience in the Maine Senate, her efforts to pass policies that support...

Sen. Cathy Breen is serving her second term in the Maine Senate, where she represents the people of Falmouth, Yarmouth, Cumberland, Gray, Long Island, Chebeague Island and part of Westbrook. She is the lead Senate Democrat on the budget-writing Appropriations and Financial Affairs Committee, having previously served on the Environment and Natural Resources Committee.

Prior to her legislative service, Sen. Breen has served on the Falmouth Town Council from 2005 to 2011, including two terms as chairwoman. In 2007, she shepherded the passage of the Open Space referendum, one of the most successful municipal efforts to conserve local land and wildlife habitat in Maine history. Since joining the Senate, she has been a champion for conservation projects, including the Land for Maine’s Future program.

Sen. Breen lives in Falmouth with her husband and two children.

In the event that you would like to submit testimony to the Appropriations and Financial Affairs Committee, please send it as an attachment to the Committee clerk. Please be advised that this link is only to submit testimony and for no other purpose.

Board Positions

Sen. Breen serves on the board of directors of Spurwink Services, a statewide agency that addresses the needs of children and adults with behavioral health challenges and developmental disabilities. From 2004 to 2007, she served on the board of Community Counseling Center.


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