Philip A. Curtis of Madison is serving his fourth term in the Maine House of
Representatives and his first term as House Majority Leader Leader. He represents
District 86 - Madison, Norridgewock and Solon.
Representative Curtis is a self-employed Maine local road consultant. He also served four years in the Maine National Guard.
Representative Curtis is a member of the United Baptist Church. He and his wife, Deanna, have three children. Rep. Curtis enjoys spending time with his family and six grandchildren.
Rep. Phil Curtis
93 Blackwell Hill Road
Madison, ME 04950
Phone: (207) 696-3052
Representative Andre Cushing is serving his second term in the Maine House of Representatives representing District 39, which includes Dixmont, Hampden and Newburgh.
Rep. Cushing is a member of the Hampden Town Council where he serves as deputy mayor, chairs the Planning & Development Committee and the Communications Committee. Andre has been a small business owner for more than 25 years and is currently a realtor and a home builder.
He grew up in Bangor, attending John Bapst High School and the University of Maine. Prior service in local government includes a stint as a town councilor, member of a Land Use Review Committee and a Charter Committee. Additionally, he has served on the board of numerous civic and community organizations, from Jaycees, Rotary and Kiwanis to a role as president of the boards of the EMMC Children’s Miracle Network and Black Bear United Football Club. His political experience has come from a family with a lifetime passion for service.
He and his wife, Gwen, have three children: Grace (who following in the family tradition is also active in politics), Andre IV and Gerald.
Rep. Andre Cushing
PO Box 211
Hampden, ME 04444
Phone: (207) 449-1358