Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance's Advisory Committee will host Governor Paul LePage (Maine – R), for a roundtable reception on Monday, May 21. Advisory Committee members are invited to mix and mingle with the Governor and join him for a roundtable discussion. You must be a member of the Advisory Committee to attend this event. As a member of the Advisory Committee, you may attend all our events throughout the year. If you would like to become a member and RSVP, please follow the instructions below. If you are currently a member, please contact Anne Bresnahan, [email protected]. The suggested contribution for this event is to become a member of the Advisory Committee.
As a member of the Advisory Committee, you can hear from key leading figures on both the national and local political scene. Past speakers include Governor Scott Walker, Chris Sununu, Speaker Paul Ryan, Senators Kelly Ayotte, Ron Johnson, Jeff Flake, Congresswomen Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Elise Stefanik, Congressman Bruce Poliquin, and WSJ editor Kimberley Strassel and NR editor Rich Lowry.
Governor Paul LePage grew up in Lewiston, the oldest son of 18 children, and left home at the age of 11 to escape domestic abuse. Finding families who mentored him, employment and education became his path out of poverty. A graduate of Husson College with an MBA from the University of Maine, he has had an extensive career in business management, heading his own consultancy firm and advising and leading businesses in several industries, including the forest products, retail, banking and energy sectors. He served three terms as Mayor of the City of Waterville and successfully ran for Governor in 2010. In both his private sector work and as the leader of the State of Maine, Governor LePage is a turnaround specialist. He took office in 2011 and won reelection in 2014 with the highest number of votes ever cast for a Maine governor. He was re-elected because voters saw the results of his efforts to balance the budget, reform welfare and cut taxes. He has worked to reduce domestic violence in Maine, make government more efficient, and improve the business climate. During his Administration, Maine has reached a record-high number of private-sector jobs and the lowest unemployment rate in state history.
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