Former Speaker Hannah Pingree endorses my campaign!

Former Speaker Hannah Pingree endorses my campaign!

Really big news! Speaker Hannah Pingree just endorsed me!
Hannah is an inspiration in many ways but especially because she was elected at the same age.

During this election my opposition has tried to question my qualifications due to my age. Their assertions are baseless. I remind everyone that I am the only one with experience in Augusta and working with folks on both sides of the aisle. For the past two years I have been tirelessly working for a better Maine. I am also following in …

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Three wonderful letters from three inspiring women!

The Forecaster published three letters to the editor endorsing me. The letters come from three women who inspire me daily: Devon Murphy-Anderson, Sue Stableford, and Bronwen Crothers.

Devon is a senior in High School and co-organized the SPEAK OUT Women’s Issues event that was a huge success. Devon and Sophie Simmons were frustrated with the lack of involvement of their peers in the political process. The two of them created the SPEAK OUT event to try and fire people up about the importance of this election for women. …

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Letter to the Editor from Rev. Frank Strasburger

Today the Times Record featured a wonderful letter to the editor written about me by the Rev. Frank Strasburger. Thank you Frank for your support.

Frank gets to the heart of one of the key differences in this race. I am the only candidate with the experience to hit the ground running on day one. I already know how to draft legislation and have built friendships across the aisle in Augusta. As your next State Representative I won’t be wasting anytime and will be serving this town …

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Two more letters to the editor in the Forecaster

Two more letters to the editor in the Forecaster

I want to thank Jane Millet and Carol Wishman for their letters that were just published in the Forecaster. Thank you for your faith in me and my campaign.

Letter: Send Daughtry to Augusta

The Forecaster, October 1, 2012

I write in support of Mattie Daughtry for state representative from House District 66. Mattie is one of Brunswick’s own, graduated from Brunswick schools and has returned to contribute to the state that she loves. Her commitment to advocating for excellence in public schools will be a strong positive …

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Article about the race in The Forecaster

Article about the race in The Forecaster

Today the Forecaster published a piece profiling the three-way race here in District 66:

Three-way race in Brunswick for House District 66 seat

The Forecaster, September 27, 2012

BRUNSWICK — A former corporate lawyer and business owner, a retired science teacher, and an artist and nonprofit business consultant are the three candidates vying for the state House District 66 seat.

The seat is being vacated by Rep. Alex Cornell du Houx, D-Brunswick,who agreed to not seek re-election in late June.

Fred Horch, 42, is a Green Independent and the only …

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Upcoming Candidate Forums

Upcoming Candidate Forums

Grant Connors, Fred Horch and I have organized three candidate forums on specific issues.

These forums are a chance to meet all three of your candidates, find out a little more about our campaigns, and discover where we stand on the issues.

The three forums are on: Jobs and Economic Development, Education, and Healthcare.

Come get your questions about each candidate answered and share your concerns and ideas for the state. If you can’t make it we are filming each forum and they will be featured on Local …

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Mattie Daughtry Qualifies as Clean Election Candidate

BRUNSWICK, ME – Matthea “Mattie” Daughtry has been certified for public campaign financing through the Maine Clean Election Act, according to the Commission on Governmental Ethics and Elections Practices. Daughtry was the first candidate running for the Maine State Legislature in District 66 to submit the appropriate signatures and $5 contributions.

“Being a Clean Elections candidate means I can spend my time meeting with the people of Brunswick, not out raising money,” said Daughtry. “I want to learn as much as I can about their concerns …

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Maine Conservation Voters and Chellie Pingree Endorse My Candidacy

Maine Conservation Voters and Chellie Pingree Endorse My Candidacy

 

Brunswick, ME - The Maine Conservation Voters (MCV), a bipartisan environmental organization, and Congresswoman Chellie Pingree recently endorsed Matthea (Mattie) Daughtry in her bid for House District 66 in Brunswick.

In her letter to the candidate, MCV Political Director Beth Ahearn, described her organization’s commitment to promoting candidates with a strong stance on environmental issues:

“Maine’s extraordinary environment is the foundation of our good health, good jobs, and quality of life. For over 25 years, Maine Conservation Voters has been making Maine’s environment a priority for voters, candidates and …

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Help me qualify for Clean Elections!

Help me qualify for Clean Elections!

You—not lobbyists, special interest groups or Super PACs—will shape my policies. That is why I am running as a Clean Elections candidate.

Clean Elections helps keep outside interests from influencing local candidates. But in order to qualify I need to collect sixty $5 contributions from members of District 66 who are registered to vote.

Please help me qualify by making your contribution online. It can be done with a credit card and takes only a few minutes.

To Contribute:

1) Go to cleanelections.me

2) …

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First things first

First things first

First things first, my full name is Matthea Daughtry but my nickname is Mattie. I am running for the Legislature in District 66 because I care about Brunswick and this incredible State that we all call home. I have deep roots in Brunswick and strong ties to this community. I was born here, raised here, schooled here, and returned from college to continue my life here. I grew up watching people around me give their time and energy to this town. It is now my …

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