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Geoff Gratwick


Senator Geoff Gratwick was featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated in 1965 as part of a college crew that won the U.S. and World championships.

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Sen. Gratwick votes to send investments in transportation to Maine voters for approval

AUGUSTA —Sen. Geoff Gratwick, D-Bangor, joined colleagues in the Legislature to send a transportation bond proposal to Maine voters for their approval this November. This proposal funds critical investments in Maine’s roads and bridges. The vote was unanimous in the Senate and 127-8 in the...

Gov. Mills signs Gratwick bill to require that insurance companies conduct timely, fair medical reviews

AUGUSTA – On Thursday, a bill introduced by Sen. Geoff Gratwick, D-Bangor, was signed into law by Gov. Janet Mills. The new law, LD 705, “An Act Regarding the Process for Obtaining Prior Authorization for Health Insurance Purposes,” will require insurance companies to conduct prior...

Senator Geoff Gratwick is serving his third term in the Maine Senate, where he represents the communities of Bangor and Hermon. Before his election to the Senate in 2012, he served three terms on the Bangor City Council.

He is now retired from medicine after practicing for 40 years as a rheumatologist and arthritis specialist. During his career, he worked at Eastern Maine Medical Center, St. Joseph’s Hospital in Bangor and many other hospitals in northern and eastern Maine. In the Legislature, he has been a tireless advocate for improving health care for all Mainers. He currently serves on the Environment and Natural Resources Committee, the Government Oversight Committee, the Health Care Task Force and the Opioid Task Force. He has served previously as chairman of the Insurance and Financial Services Committee.

Senator Gratwick lives with his wife, Lucy Quimby, a psychologist. He spends his spare time in his woodworking shop, tending to his small farm, working in the woods, rowing and attending community events.

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