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Blue Ice Self Storage Owner Seeks Third Term as Maine State Representative

October 3, 2018

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Blue Ice Self Storage Owner Seeks Third Term as Maine State Representative

Jeffery Hanley, owner of Blue Ice Self Storage in Pittson, Maine, is seeking a third term as a state representative. The Republican represents House District 87, covering Alna, Pittson, Randolph and Wiscasset. He’s been endorsed by the Maine Realtors Association and the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine, according to the source.

Hanley, who sits on the Energy, Utilities and Technology Committee, is seeking re-election because he enjoys the position and believes “the state of Maine is on the edge of doing everything right,” he told the source.

Hanley’s platforms include fiscal responsibility and controlled spending. He believes the legislature should “create a business-friendly climate,” including taking a conservative approach to the minimum wage. He’s also in favor of eliminating income tax, which he believes would entice more business owners to the state.

In addition to serving as a state rep, Hanley is a grand knight with the Knights of Columbus and volunteers with the Chrysalis Place/Gardiner Food Bank.

A native of Gardiner, Maine, Hanley is semi-retired. He’s spent the last 24 years in Pittson, a town of around 3,000 people about eight miles south of the state capital. In his career, he’s worked as an electrician, pipefitter and welder. He served six years in the Maine National Guard and has been married to his wife, Sally, for 47 years. The couple has four children and nine grandchildren, the source reported.

Source:
The Lincoln County News, Wiscasset-Area Legislator Seeks Third Term

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