July 25, 2021

House District 48, Thomaston-St. George


Nancy Glover

Age: 57

Address: 26 Donahue Drive , South Thomaston, ME 04858

E-mail: nancy04858@adelphia.net

Web site: www.nancyglover.com

Family: I am part of a large extended family in Knox County, including sons Matt and Josh, and am a proud grandmother to Katherine and Lillian

Education: Bachelor’s degree in nursing, University of Southern Maine, 2005; master’s degree in computer engineering, University of Southern California, 1991; bachelor’s degree in computer engineering, University of California at Los Angeles, 1984

Occupation: I am an R.N. at Penobscot Bay Medical Center, a career path I began after the tech downturn of 2001. I also provide technical consulting.

Experience: I believe, “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” – Martin Luther King Jr. This belief motivates me.

Top three priorities if elected:

? Health care.

? Jobs, poverty and the local economy.

? Environment.


Christopher W. Rector

Age: 55

Address: 30 Knox St., Thomaston, ME 04861

E-mail: cwrector@hotmail.com

Web site: Web site not provided

Family: Wife, Betsy; children, Sam, 20, and Luke, 11

Education: Kennedy School of Government, Harvard, June ’06; University of Southern Maine, bachelor’s degree in economics ’75; Boston University, College of General Studies ’69-71; Leadership Maine Program Zeta Class

Occupation: Partner, CELS Ventures Inc., which includes Bayview Press fine-art publishing, Camden Cone, ice cream retail sales, and limited real-estate investments

Experience: State representative, House District 48, 121st and 122nd Maine Legislature; ranking minority member, Business, Research and Economic Development Committee; Joint Select Committee on R&D

Top three priorities if elected:

? Assure support for a strong economy by pursuing policies that encourage business development and job creation, retention and expansion.

? Assure support of quality high-value education from kindergarten through college.

? Assure continued progress in protecting our environment, honoring our scenic beauty and outdoor heritage.

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