In November, Rep. Rich Cebra was elected to serve his sixth non-consecutive and second consecutive term in the Maine House where he represents House District 68 which includes the towns of Baldwin, Cornish, Naples, Parsonsfield (part) and Sebago. He makes his home in Naples.
Rep. Cebra previously served 8 years in the House from 2002-2010. He is currently serving on the Transportation Committee. During his past service in the House he served as the House Chairman of the Joint Standing Committee on Transportation; he also served on the Joint Standing Committee on State and Local Government; Chairman of the House Ethics Committee; he was named to the Joint Select Committee on Joint Rules for the 125th Legislature; and also served on the Motor Vehicle Advisory Board and the Maine Turnpike Budget Sub-committee.
He is working toward his degree in Religion and Theology from Liberty University.
Rep. Cebra owns Steamboat Landing Mini Golf in Naples, a tourism based seasonal business. He formerly worked as an Operations Manager for an ESOP computer networking company for 6 years, and a self-employed project manager and systems technician in the trade show and professional video industry.
A lifelong member of the National Rifle Association and Gun Owners of Maine, Rep. Cebra fierce protector of Mainers Second Amendment rights, Rep. Cebra sponsored legislation to ensure the right to keep and bear arms in Maine shall never be questioned.
Rep. Cebra can be heard as a regular co-host on the Ray Richardson Show on WLOB Radio in Portland.