When you live on an island or in a small town, if you can’t fix something yourself, you probably know someone who can. We need that same attitude in Washington.
Maine has real problems. It’s tough right now for a lot of people. But there’s nothing wrong with Maine that we can’t fix.
I believe in our state and our people, and the ingenuity, self-reliance and hard work that sets us apart. I’m running for Congress because I know that we can do better.
Successful small businessman. Sportsman and guide. Conservationist and leader. Job creator and visionary.
Lucas St. Clair has been breaking new trails in Maine since the day he was born. On June 2, 1978, he and his sister were the first twins ever delivered at Mayo Regional Hospital in Dover-Foxcroft. Lucas came first by 14 minutes.
From a humble beginning, he built a successful small business in Maine, employing more than 40 people, became a professional fishing guide, ran a nonprofit foundation focusing on community and economic development, and led a multi-year effort to create Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument, bringing new jobs and new energy to a region that needs both.
Over the past five years, I have traveled the state, having coffee with thousands of Maine people, listening to their hopes and their concerns and hearing a lot of optimism mixed with uncertainty about what is to come. These conversations are how we get to know each other, learn from each other, and ultimately solve the problems that concern us all.
So, let’s talk. Tell us your favorite place to meet for coffee and we will be sure to stop by when we are in town.GET IN TOUCH