A bill introduced by Sen. Rebecca Millett, D-Cape Elizabeth, would support children’s health and well-being by requiring at least 30 minutes of daily physical activity for Maine students in kindergarten through 5th grade. A public hearing was held Wednesday in the Legislature’s Education and...
The Office of the State Treasurer has received more than $11 million in the form of unclaimed property in the past year, and Mainers are being urged to check whether any of that cash belongs to them. “Unclaimed property” is money owed to Maine people by third parties, such as former...
Sen. Rebecca Millett is serving her third term in the Maine Senate, representing South Portland, Cape Elizabeth and part of Scarbrough. She serves on the state’s Education and Cultural Affairs committee.
Sen. Millett grew up in Maine and attended Portland public schools. After graduating college, serving in the Peace Corps, and working in finance in New York, Sen. Millett moved home to Maine in 2000. Upon returning to Maine, she served on the Cape Elizabeth School Board from 2004 to 2010, and co-founded a citizens’ advocacy group to support advancements in local education.
She lives in Cape Elizabeth with her husband and children. She loves hiking and backpacking with her family and studies piano.
- American University: Bachelor’s degrees in international relations and business administration.
- University of Chicago: MBA.
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