Rep. Nathan Carlow

State Representative, House District 137

Portions of Buxton and Hollis

Nathan Carlow is a lifelong Mainer, a proud educator, and one the youngest members of the Maine House of Representatives. His youth and independence make him an effective lawmaker, and a fervent advocate of the people in his House District.

In addition to his legislative duties, Nathan is serving on the Bonny Eagle school board. His dedication and work-ethic as a Board member has been noted by both current and former colleagues, and he’s well-known across the school district for his common-sense and down to earth attitude. As a state representative, his community has benefited from his level-headedness and willingness to work across the aisle.

Tragically, when he was only 11-months of age, Nathan’s dad, Michael, committed suicide. His mom eventually remarried, but the struggles his family experienced in the aftermath of this devastating loss had a profound impact on his outlook on life, family, and politics. He, like his dad, believes in doing the right thing for the right reasons, even when it may be unpopular.

His mother, Michele, is a nurse in Portland, and his step-father, Pete, works as a delivery man in Southern Maine. Both his parents instilled in him the values of hard-work, integrity, and a genuine love of Maine and his community. These are treasured lessons he has carried with him to the Legislature, and ones he enjoys sharing with other young people who meet with him.

In his second term, Representative Carlow was appointed to the Legislature’s important Appropriations and Financial Affairs Committee.

Nathan was born May 18, 1999, is a graduate Bonny Eagle High School, and is the youngest legislator ever elected in Maine history.

Member News

Multiple economic reports show Maine leading the race to the bottom

THIS IS REPRESENTATIVE NATHAN CARLOW WITH THIS WEEK’S REPUBLICAN RADIO ADDRESS. THE STATE OF THE ECONOMY IS WORSE OFF NOW THAN IT’S EVER BEEN, AND MAINERS ARE PAYING CLOSE ATTENTION TO THEIR FAMILY FINANCES, BUT ALSO THE FAILURE OF THE DEMOCRAT MAJORITY IN AUGUSTA TO CORRECT COURSE AND IMPROVE THE LIVES AND LIVELIHOODS OF MAINE…

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Carlow, Ingwersen Praise the Passage of LD 286 (HP 184), An Act to Authorize the Use of Tax Increment Financing Funds for Constructing or Renovating Municipal Offices and Other Municipal Buildings.

THE STATE HOUSE – Representative Nathan Carlow (R-Buxton) and Senator Henry Ingwersen (D-York) thanked Governor Mills for signing LD 286 (HP 184), An Act to Authorize the Use of Tax Increment Financing Funds for Constructing or Renovating Municipal Offices and Other Municipal Buildings, into law last Tuesday following its bipartisan approval from the State House…

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Bills promoting curriculum transparency and parental rights over their children’s education to have Public Hearings

STATE HOUSE– Falling Maine test scores and increased parental concerns about what their children are learning, or not learning, has led to a number of bills promoting transparency and the rights of parents to have control over their children’s education. These bill will have a Public Hearing before the Education Committee tomorrow. What:  Public Hearings…

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Bill to allow ban TikTok on state-owned devices to have Public Hearing

STATE HOUSE– Rep. Nathan Carlow (R-Buxton) announced today that his bill to ban the Video Hosting Service TikTok on all state owned devices will have a Public Hearing Tuesday. “My bill  authorizes the Commissioner of Administrative and Financial Services to prohibit any program, application or electronic service on a state-owned computer or other electronic device…

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House Republican Appropriations Committee Members 

House Republicans Urge speedy consideration of heating assistance for Mainers struggling to heat their homes STATE HOUSE – House Republicans announced today that they have submitted the names of four members of their caucus to serve on the Joint Standing Committee on Appropriations and Financial Affairs. They are also calling for swift consideration of heating…

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Government takes too return money to Mainers hurt by rising prices

This is State Representative Nathan Carlow with the Republican Weekly Radio Address. The Revenue Forecasting Committee has projected a 9.7 percent increase in revenues for the next biennium.  That translates into $822 million for Fiscal Years 2022 and 2023. It is also a sign that state government is taking too much money from taxpayers at…

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Rep. Carlow

Contact Information

Legislative Office: (207) 287-1440

Home Office: (207) 241-9939

Email: Nathan.Carlow@legislature.maine.gov

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

Home Address:
P.O. Box 714, Bar Mills, ME 04004

Legislative Service

House: 130, 131

Committee Assignment(s)

Rep. Nathan Carlow

State Representative, House District 137

Portions of Buxton and Hollis
Rep. Carlow

Nathan Carlow is a lifelong Mainer, a proud educator, and one the youngest members of the Maine House of Representatives. His youth and independence make him an effective lawmaker, and a fervent advocate of the people in his House District.

In addition to his legislative duties, Nathan is serving on the Bonny Eagle school board. His dedication and work-ethic as a Board member has been noted by both current and former colleagues, and he’s well-known across the school district for his common-sense and down to earth attitude. As a state representative, his community has benefited from his level-headedness and willingness to work across the aisle.

Tragically, when he was only 11-months of age, Nathan’s dad, Michael, committed suicide. His mom eventually remarried, but the struggles his family experienced in the aftermath of this devastating loss had a profound impact on his outlook on life, family, and politics. He, like his dad, believes in doing the right thing for the right reasons, even when it may be unpopular.

His mother, Michele, is a nurse in Portland, and his step-father, Pete, works as a delivery man in Southern Maine. Both his parents instilled in him the values of hard-work, integrity, and a genuine love of Maine and his community. These are treasured lessons he has carried with him to the Legislature, and ones he enjoys sharing with other young people who meet with him.

In his second term, Representative Carlow was appointed to the Legislature’s important Appropriations and Financial Affairs Committee.

Nathan was born May 18, 1999, is a graduate Bonny Eagle High School, and is the youngest legislator ever elected in Maine history.

Contact Information

Legislative Office: (207) 287-1440

Home Office: (207) 241-9939

Email: Nathan.Carlow@legislature.maine.gov

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

Home Address:
P.O. Box 714, Bar Mills, ME 04004

Legislative Service

House: 130, 131

Committee Assignment(s)

Member News

Multiple economic reports show Maine leading the race to the bottom

THIS IS REPRESENTATIVE NATHAN CARLOW WITH THIS WEEK’S REPUBLICAN RADIO ADDRESS. THE STATE OF THE ECONOMY IS WORSE OFF NOW THAN IT’S EVER BEEN, AND MAINERS ARE PAYING CLOSE ATTENTION TO THEIR FAMILY FINANCES, BUT ALSO THE FAILURE OF THE DEMOCRAT MAJORITY IN AUGUSTA TO CORRECT COURSE AND IMPROVE THE LIVES AND LIVELIHOODS OF MAINE…

Read More...

Carlow, Ingwersen Praise the Passage of LD 286 (HP 184), An Act to Authorize the Use of Tax Increment Financing Funds for Constructing or Renovating Municipal Offices and Other Municipal Buildings.

THE STATE HOUSE – Representative Nathan Carlow (R-Buxton) and Senator Henry Ingwersen (D-York) thanked Governor Mills for signing LD 286 (HP 184), An Act to Authorize the Use of Tax Increment Financing Funds for Constructing or Renovating Municipal Offices and Other Municipal Buildings, into law last Tuesday following its bipartisan approval from the State House…

Read More...

Bills promoting curriculum transparency and parental rights over their children’s education to have Public Hearings

STATE HOUSE– Falling Maine test scores and increased parental concerns about what their children are learning, or not learning, has led to a number of bills promoting transparency and the rights of parents to have control over their children’s education. These bill will have a Public Hearing before the Education Committee tomorrow. What:  Public Hearings…

Read More...

Bill to allow ban TikTok on state-owned devices to have Public Hearing

STATE HOUSE– Rep. Nathan Carlow (R-Buxton) announced today that his bill to ban the Video Hosting Service TikTok on all state owned devices will have a Public Hearing Tuesday. “My bill  authorizes the Commissioner of Administrative and Financial Services to prohibit any program, application or electronic service on a state-owned computer or other electronic device…

Read More...

House Republican Appropriations Committee Members 

House Republicans Urge speedy consideration of heating assistance for Mainers struggling to heat their homes STATE HOUSE – House Republicans announced today that they have submitted the names of four members of their caucus to serve on the Joint Standing Committee on Appropriations and Financial Affairs. They are also calling for swift consideration of heating…

Read More...

Government takes too return money to Mainers hurt by rising prices

This is State Representative Nathan Carlow with the Republican Weekly Radio Address. The Revenue Forecasting Committee has projected a 9.7 percent increase in revenues for the next biennium.  That translates into $822 million for Fiscal Years 2022 and 2023. It is also a sign that state government is taking too much money from taxpayers at…

Read More...
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