Maine State GOP Chair Rich Cebra represented District 101 — the towns of Naples, Casco, and Poland — from 2004 through 2012. He served on numerous committees and chaired the House Ethics Committee. A current member of the Maine Republican Liberty Caucus, he served as its first Vice Chair. As a state representative, he twice introduced the Tenth Amendment Resolution, which passed on his second attempt in 2011. Rich says that the biggest honor of his career was his selection to introduce Governor Paul LePage at the 2012 Republican State Convention.
Michelle Anderson, a Maine RLC Board member and a state committeewoman from Penobscot County, has been active in politics since the first campaign she volunteered for in 1968 and believes in the commonsense approach to governance. She runs the political podcast NorthOfBangor.com.
Bryan Daugherty, a Maine RLC Board member and a state committeeman from Penobscot County. Bryan is also the author of the resolution which will be debated at a special State Committee meeting on Jan. 12 which urges the Republican National Committee to reconsider the draconian national rules changes which it voted during the August 2012 RNC National Convention in Tampa.
Landon St. Peter, a state committeeman from Kennebec County.
Three RLC members and a friend of RLC will also serve on the Maine Republican Party Budget Committee:
State Chair Rich Cebra
Mike Coleman, a Maine RLC Board member and a state committeeman from York County. Mike is an Old Orchard Beach city councilman.
Vic Berardelli, Vice Chair of Maine RLC and a state committeeman from Penobscot County. He is also the RLC Northeast Region Director.
State Rep. Deborah Sanderson, She is the Maine House delegate to the GOP State Committee. Although not an RLC member, she has been endorsed by Maine RLC in her election campaigns.