Rep. Mark Babin

State Representative, House District 3

Caswell, Cyr Plantation, Fort Fairfield, Hamlin, Limestone, New Sweden, Stockholm, Westmanland, Woodland, Easton, and Connor Township

Representative Mark Babin of Fort Fairfield is currently serving his first term in the Maine House representing District 3, which includes the towns of Caswell, Cyr Plantation, Fort Fairfield, Hamlin, Limestone, New Sweden, Stockholm, Westmanland, Woodland, Easton, and Connor Township.  Mark serves on the 131st Legislature’s Joint Standing Committee on Energy, Utilities, and Technology.

Rep. Babin is a licensed pilot.  Mark learned the Word from the Berean School of the Bible. He is currently a Pastor at the Celebration Center in Fort Fairfield, Maine. 

Mark and his wife, Claudette, have five children together.  Rep. Babin enjoys flying, boating, snowshoeing, and teaching biblical studies.

Member News

On Veterans Day we Honor our Veterans

This is Representative Mark Babin of Fort Fairfield with the Weekly Republican Radio Address. Veterans Day is a day of celebration and recognition. It is also a solemn one. Originally observed as Armistice Day, the 11th day of the 11th month marked the anniversary of the end of World War I and honored its fallen….

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Legislative Update from Representative Mark M. Babin Proudly Serving House District 3

As your State Representative it is my duty to make sure the community members of House District 3 are aware of the upcoming November 7th 2023 Referendum Election. Some Maine residents are unaware this vote is coming in less than 3 months, so here is a quick reminder. “Referendum Elections are held to give Maine’s…

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Offshore Wind Plan will destroy our way of life

Governor’s ‘Offshore Wind Roadmap’ is really a plan to pollute the marine environment, endanger whales, harm Maine’s fishing industry, and increase electric bills AUGUSTA – House Republican Leader Billy Bob Faulkingham (R-Winter Harbor) and Republican members of the Energy, Utilities and Technology Committee today responded to the Offshore Wind Plan announced by Governor Mills. The…

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Legislation

28. LD 59 (HP34) An Act to Prohibit Inclusion of the COVID-19 Vaccine in the Universal Childhood Immunization Program 29. LD 104 (HP72) An Act to Make It a Crime Not to Report a Death 30. LD 135 (SP74) An Act to Require Manure Bags for Horse-drawn Vehicles 31. LD 204 (SP104) An Act to…

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Aroostook House Delegation Statement on Energy Assistance

“The state needs to address the serious problem of heating costs. In the short term, we can use over collected taxpayer funds to provide relief to people that are struggling to pay their bills. In the long-term, Maine energy policies need to be reviewed, eliminating policies that drive up costs. Aroostook is a county that…

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Rep. Babin

Contact Information

Legislative Office: (207) 287-1440

Home Office: (207) 227-0198

Email: Mark.Babin@legislature.maine.gov

Legislative Address:
2 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04330

Home Address:
P.O. Box 738, Fort Fairfield, ME 04742

Legislative Service

House: 131

Committee Assignment(s)

Rep. Mark Babin

State Representative, House District 3

Caswell, Cyr Plantation, Fort Fairfield, Hamlin, Limestone, New Sweden, Stockholm, Westmanland, Woodland, Easton, and Connor Township
Rep. Babin

Representative Mark Babin of Fort Fairfield is currently serving his first term in the Maine House representing District 3, which includes the towns of Caswell, Cyr Plantation, Fort Fairfield, Hamlin, Limestone, New Sweden, Stockholm, Westmanland, Woodland, Easton, and Connor Township.  Mark serves on the 131st Legislature’s Joint Standing Committee on Energy, Utilities, and Technology.

Rep. Babin is a licensed pilot.  Mark learned the Word from the Berean School of the Bible. He is currently a Pastor at the Celebration Center in Fort Fairfield, Maine. 

Mark and his wife, Claudette, have five children together.  Rep. Babin enjoys flying, boating, snowshoeing, and teaching biblical studies.

Contact Information

Legislative Office: (207) 287-1440

Home Office: (207) 227-0198

Email: Mark.Babin@legislature.maine.gov

Legislative Address:
2 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04330

Home Address:
P.O. Box 738, Fort Fairfield, ME 04742

Legislative Service

House: 131

Committee Assignment(s)

Member News

On Veterans Day we Honor our Veterans

This is Representative Mark Babin of Fort Fairfield with the Weekly Republican Radio Address. Veterans Day is a day of celebration and recognition. It is also a solemn one. Originally observed as Armistice Day, the 11th day of the 11th month marked the anniversary of the end of World War I and honored its fallen….

Read More...

Legislative Update from Representative Mark M. Babin Proudly Serving House District 3

As your State Representative it is my duty to make sure the community members of House District 3 are aware of the upcoming November 7th 2023 Referendum Election. Some Maine residents are unaware this vote is coming in less than 3 months, so here is a quick reminder. “Referendum Elections are held to give Maine’s…

Read More...

Offshore Wind Plan will destroy our way of life

Governor’s ‘Offshore Wind Roadmap’ is really a plan to pollute the marine environment, endanger whales, harm Maine’s fishing industry, and increase electric bills AUGUSTA – House Republican Leader Billy Bob Faulkingham (R-Winter Harbor) and Republican members of the Energy, Utilities and Technology Committee today responded to the Offshore Wind Plan announced by Governor Mills. The…

Read More...

Legislation

28. LD 59 (HP34) An Act to Prohibit Inclusion of the COVID-19 Vaccine in the Universal Childhood Immunization Program 29. LD 104 (HP72) An Act to Make It a Crime Not to Report a Death 30. LD 135 (SP74) An Act to Require Manure Bags for Horse-drawn Vehicles 31. LD 204 (SP104) An Act to…

Read More...

Aroostook House Delegation Statement on Energy Assistance

“The state needs to address the serious problem of heating costs. In the short term, we can use over collected taxpayer funds to provide relief to people that are struggling to pay their bills. In the long-term, Maine energy policies need to be reviewed, eliminating policies that drive up costs. Aroostook is a county that…

Read More...
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