Links:

photo of House Chamber with link to House Main Menu

photo of Senate Chamber with link to Senate Main Menu

link to the Maine Legislature's Site Guide

sketch of mailbox with link for sending e-mail to webmaster_house@legislature.maine.gov
webmaster_house
@legislature.maine.gov

Representatives Prohibited from Running in 2012
by the Maine Term Limits Law

(13 Republicans, 13 Democrats)

Mark E. Bryant (D-Windham) - District 110

Emily Ann Cain (D-Orono) - District 19

Richard M. Cebra (R-Naples) - District 101

Herbert E. Clark (D-Millinocket) - District 10

Philip A. Curtis (R-Madison) - District 86

Timothy E. Driscoll (D-Westbrook) - District 126

Robert S. Duchesne (D-Hudson) - District 13

Jane E. Eberle (D-South Portland) - District 123

Peter E. Edgecomb (R-Caribou) - District 4

Stacey Allen Fitts (R-Pittsfield) - District 29

Patrick S. A. Flood (R-Winthrop) - District 82

James M. Hamper (R-Oxford) - District 100

Stephen P. Hanley (D-Gardiner) - District 59

George Hogan (D-Old Orchard Beach) - District 132

Edward J. Mazurek (D-Rockland) - District 47

Howard E. McFadden (R-Dennysville) - District 30

Jonathan B. McKane (R-Newcastle) - District 51

Joan M. Nass (R-Acton) - District 144

Donald E. Pilon (D-Saco) - District 133

Gary E. Plummer (R-Windham) - District 111

David E. Richardson (R-Carmel) - District 23

Wesley E. Richardson (R-Warren) - District 49

Kimberley C. Rosen (R-Bucksport) - District 40

John L. Tuttle, Jr. (D-Sanford) - District 143

Linda M. Valentino (D-Saco) - District 134

David C. Webster (D-Freeport) - District 106

The Maine term limits law which took effect with the November 1996 election prohibits legislators from serving more than 4 consecutive two-year terms in any one branch of the Legislature. [Maine Revised Statutes Annotated, Title 21-A, Chapter 8, Section 553]