Rep. Susan Morissette’s first term exhibited her leadership skills on two committees.

After Winslow’s domestic violence murder-suicide tragedy in June 2011, Morissette worked to pass stronger laws protecting abuse victims as a member of the Criminal Justice/Public Safety Committee.

Morissette’s work on the Insurance/Financial Committee helped pass legislation offering Mainers lower cost insurance choices.

Morissette, a Republican representing House District 54, was the only representative chosen to serve on the governor’s drug abuse task force. The task force was created to fight the scourge of prescription drug abuse, which has led to the robbery of more than 40 pharmacies, including Winslow’s Rite Aid.

Morissette was also the only representative chosen by the speaker to serve as representative to the Maine’s National Legislative Council and Women’s Advisory Council.

Her outstanding work ethic, untiring commitment and can-do attitude has earned Morissette another term as our legislator.

Mary Ellen Fletcher

Winslow

Augusta and Waterville news

Get news and events from your towns in your inbox every Friday.


  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.