Representative Chuck Kruger
Rep. Chuck Kruger is serving his fourth term in the Maine House of Representatives. He serves as the House chair of the Committee on Government Oversight.
A resident of Thomaston for over 30 years, Kruger operates a business that produces and books national entertainment in Maine, the United States and Europe. Kruger has been responsible for bringing numerous national performers to Maine for events such as the Maine Lobster Festival. A former professional musician, entertainer and songwriter, Kruger was appointed by Gov. Angus King to serve two terms as a member of the Maine Arts Commission.
As a small business owner, Kruger has been an active member of the Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce. He has also served as chair of the Maine Arts Sponsors Association and on the board of the Maine Lighthouse Museum in Rockland.
Kruger is married to Linda Kruger, who recently retired from a career in the U.S. Postal Service. They have a son and two grandchildren.
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Rep. Kruger serve as the House Chair of the Committee on Government Oversight (OPEGA).
Brief description of the subject matter handled by the committee: The Office of Program Evaluation and Government Accountability (OPEGA) exists to support the Legislature in meeting its constitutional responsibilities and to improve the accountability, oversight and performance of State government for the benefit of Maine’s citizens.
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37 Green Street
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