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Pinny Beebe-Center is running for Maine Senate District 12 representing Knox County with the exception of Washington.


During her three terms in the Maine legislature (2014-2020) and over the course of her public service career, Pinny has learned that communities solve problems by working together. Her legislative successes - from mental health to child abuse to drug sentencing - gathered diverse factions, and crafted policies and laws uniting those voices and strengthening individual laws and building community services for future generations.


Pinny’s top priorities as a Senator will be healthcare for all, accessible mental health treatment, reproductive justice, and ensuring funding for schools is fair and equitable. She also intends to continue her work protecting marine resources and criminal justice reform. 



Cameron Reny is running for Maine Senate District 13, representing Lincoln County and the towns of Windsor and Washington.


Cameron is a lifelong resident of Lincoln County who is now raising two children here. She grew up in a working-class family in Bristol, with her parents working a variety of jobs to pay the bills. Cameron learned early the value of hard work and understands the challenges faced by people and families in District 13.


Cameron always knew she wanted to leave the world better than she found it. That’s what drew her to school counseling as a career. Through her experience as an educator, community advocate, union member, and leader of professional associations, Cameron has worked at local, school, district, and state-wide levels to solve problems, support equitable policies, and advocate for children and families. 


Cameron is running to give back to the communities she's called home, bring regular Mainers back into focus, and fight for a sustainable future for generations to come.



Representative MaryAnne Kinney is seeking the Waldo County Senate District 11 seat in 2022.


A farmer, Rep. Kinney has served her community in the Maine House of Representatives since 2014. Even before her election she was visiting Augusta to speak up on issues important to the maple producing industry and has long been involved with the Maine Farm Bureau.


Before she became the owner and operator of Kinney’s Sugarhouse, Rep. Kinney held a wide variety of other jobs. She has worked as a pharmacy technician, a truck driver, and a credit analyst.



Destie Hohman Sprague (she/her), joined the Maine Women’s Lobby as director in 2020 after 11 years with the Maine Coalition Against Sexual Assault. While at MECASA, she served as Associate Director, supporting the agency’s work to identify and meet strategic goals to prevent and respond to sexual violence, exploitation, and trafficking; and to change systems and public policy to reflect a more just, equitable, and victim-centered Maine.


Destie is passionate about organizational infrastructure, policies, and practices which reflect anti-oppression and feminist values. She believes that Maine should be a place where all people can live free from misogyny and gender-based discrimination, and is committed to ensuring that a healthy and vibrant Lobby and Education Fund is a part of that success.


She lives in Bath with her partner and their child, where she enjoys growing, cooking, and preserving food, neighborhood potlucks, and running.

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