Rep. Dillingham is serving her third term in the Maine House of Representatives serving the people of House District 72 which includes the towns of Mechanic Falls, Otisfield and Oxford. She has been elected to serve as the House Republican Leader for the 129th Legislature.
She has been appointed to serve on the Veterans and Legal Affairs Committee in the 128th Legislature, her second term on the committee.
A former legislative aide, Rep. Dillingham has also been a tireless worker on multiple committees serving her community. She’s a member of the Town of Oxford Budget Committee as well as the Town of Oxford Appeals Board. She’s also a member of the Norway/Paris Kiwanis and the East Oxford Cemetery Association.
She lives in Oxford with her husband Dana.
Rep. Harold “Trey” Stewart III is serving his second term in the Maine House of Representatives representing the people of House District 147 which encompasses most of Presque Isle. He has been elected to serve as the Assistant House Republican Leader for the 129th Legislature.
Rep. Stewart graduated from Presque Isle High School in 2012. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Maine in 2016 in political science and sociology.
He was first elected to the Maine House in 2016 while he was a senior in college. Since then, he has completed an MBA while serving his first term in the legislature, graduating in May of 2018.
Rep. Stewart worked for in the Office of Congressman Bruce Poliquin prior to serving in the legislature. He currently works at the Aroostook Partnership, focusing on economic and workforce development in Northern Maine. In 2018, he became a licensed real estate agent.
During his first term in the Maine House, Rep. Stewart was the youngest member of the Maine Legislature and served on both the Education and Cultural Affairs Committee and the state-wide Opioid Task Force.
As he enters his second term, he is now serving as the youngest member of legislative leadership for the 129th Legislature after his election as the Assistant Leader of the House Republican Caucus.
In addition to his career and legislative service, Rep. Stewart also a member of the Presque Isle Rotary Club; Central Aroostook Chamber of Commerce; Trinity Masonic Lodge #130; Momentum Aroostook, Steering Committee; Aroostook County Action Program, Board of Directors; Northern Maine Community College Foundation, Board of Directors; University of Maine at Presque Isle Board of Visitors; Northeast Forest Fire Protection Compact, Commissioner for Maine; and the Presque Isle Volunteer Fire Department, volunteer.
Rep. Stewart spends his spare time traveling, reading, listening to country music, hunting, being outside in Northern Maine, snowboarding and spending time at the lake in the summer.