Rep. Amanda Collamore

State Representative, House District 68

Pittsfield, Burnham, Clinton, and Troy

Representative Amanda Collamore of Pittsfield is currently serving her second term representing House District 68, which includes the towns of Burnham, Clinton, Pittsfield and Troy.  She serves on the 131st Legislature’s Joint Standing Committee on Innovation, Development, Economic Advancement, and Business, the same as she did in the previous session.

Rep. Collamore has received her degree in Early Childhood Education at Kennebec Valley Community College and is currently working to complete her teaching certification for Secondary Education in Mathematics. Amanda is the Transportation Infrastructure Durability Center (TIDC) Education and Outreach Manager at the University of Maine

Rep. Collamore is a small business owner, running a photography business and a property management business. Amanda is passionate about helping people and regularly donates her time and resources to non-profit organizations including the homeless shelters, food banks/cupboards, community events (i.e. the Central Maine Egg Festival), and the Relay for Life, an organization very important to her.

Member News

Working to address Maine’s electrician shortage

Letter: by Opinion Contributor Rep. Amanda Collamore (R-Pittsfield) Letters submitted by BDN readers are verified by BDN Opinion Page staff. Send your letters to letters@bangordailynews.com Maine has a shortage of licensed electricians. To help with this, I am sponsoring LR 2949, “An Act to Utilize Career and Technical Education Centers in the Development of the Electrician Workforce.” In…

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Bill to create position of early childhood education specialist to have Public Hearing

STATE HOUSE– Rep. Amanda Collamore (R-Pittsfield) announced today that her bill to create the position of early childhood education specialist within the Department of Education will have a Public Hearing Thursday. “My bill will create a position of early childhood education specialist within the Department of Education to act as a liaison between that department…

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Bill to allow “Kickboxing” and “Muay Thai” competitions in Maine to have Public Hearing

STATE HOUSE– Rep. Amanda Collamore (R-Pittsfield) announced today that her bill to Add “Kickboxing” and “Muay Thai” to Maine law in order to allow Maine competitions will have a Public Hearing Wednesday. “My bill will all allow two popular sports, “Kickboxing” and “Muay Thai,” to hold competitions in Maine,” said Rep. Collamore. “In order for…

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Rep. Collamore to Serve on Childhood Advisory Council

The Council is part of the Maine Children’s Cabinet   STATE HOUSE – State Representative Amanda N. Collamore (R-Pittsfield) has been appointed by Maine House Speaker Rachel Talbot Ross to the Maine Children’s Cabinet Early Childhood Advisory Council. In addition to four designated members of the Legislature, the Committee is composed of parents, philanthropists, childhood educators,…

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Rep. Collamore: “Supplemental Budget Contains Important Provision to Help Struggling Dairy Farmers”

Provision in Supplemental Budget Approved by the Legislature today will result in more timely “Tier Program” payments to dairy farmers   STATE HOUSE – State Representative Amanda N. Collamore (R-Pittsfield) expressed that she is pleased that the Supplemental Budget, passed by the Legislature today, contains a provision that is important to Maine dairy farmers. It contains…

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Higher prices cost Maine Families an extra $556 a month more in July than last year

July Consumer Price Index numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics are out, and they are not encouraging. According to analysis from Joint Economic Committee (JEC), higher prices for everyday goods means that the average Maine household spent  an extra $556 a month more in July than a year ago. That translates to Maine households…

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Contact Information

Legislative Office: (207) 287-1440

Home Office: (207) 679-7305

Email: Amanda.Collamore@legislature.maine.gov

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

Home Address:
173 Library Street, Pittsfield, ME 04967

Legislative Service

House: 130, 131

Committee Assignment(s)

Rep. Amanda Collamore

State Representative, House District 68

Pittsfield, Burnham, Clinton, and Troy
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Representative Amanda Collamore of Pittsfield is currently serving her second term representing House District 68, which includes the towns of Burnham, Clinton, Pittsfield and Troy.  She serves on the 131st Legislature’s Joint Standing Committee on Innovation, Development, Economic Advancement, and Business, the same as she did in the previous session.

Rep. Collamore has received her degree in Early Childhood Education at Kennebec Valley Community College and is currently working to complete her teaching certification for Secondary Education in Mathematics. Amanda is the Transportation Infrastructure Durability Center (TIDC) Education and Outreach Manager at the University of Maine

Rep. Collamore is a small business owner, running a photography business and a property management business. Amanda is passionate about helping people and regularly donates her time and resources to non-profit organizations including the homeless shelters, food banks/cupboards, community events (i.e. the Central Maine Egg Festival), and the Relay for Life, an organization very important to her.

Contact Information

Legislative Office: (207) 287-1440

Home Office: (207) 679-7305

Email: Amanda.Collamore@legislature.maine.gov

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

Home Address:
173 Library Street, Pittsfield, ME 04967

Legislative Service

House: 130, 131

Committee Assignment(s)

Member News

Working to address Maine’s electrician shortage

Letter: by Opinion Contributor Rep. Amanda Collamore (R-Pittsfield) Letters submitted by BDN readers are verified by BDN Opinion Page staff. Send your letters to letters@bangordailynews.com Maine has a shortage of licensed electricians. To help with this, I am sponsoring LR 2949, “An Act to Utilize Career and Technical Education Centers in the Development of the Electrician Workforce.” In…

Read More...

Bill to create position of early childhood education specialist to have Public Hearing

STATE HOUSE– Rep. Amanda Collamore (R-Pittsfield) announced today that her bill to create the position of early childhood education specialist within the Department of Education will have a Public Hearing Thursday. “My bill will create a position of early childhood education specialist within the Department of Education to act as a liaison between that department…

Read More...

Bill to allow “Kickboxing” and “Muay Thai” competitions in Maine to have Public Hearing

STATE HOUSE– Rep. Amanda Collamore (R-Pittsfield) announced today that her bill to Add “Kickboxing” and “Muay Thai” to Maine law in order to allow Maine competitions will have a Public Hearing Wednesday. “My bill will all allow two popular sports, “Kickboxing” and “Muay Thai,” to hold competitions in Maine,” said Rep. Collamore. “In order for…

Read More...

Rep. Collamore to Serve on Childhood Advisory Council

The Council is part of the Maine Children’s Cabinet   STATE HOUSE – State Representative Amanda N. Collamore (R-Pittsfield) has been appointed by Maine House Speaker Rachel Talbot Ross to the Maine Children’s Cabinet Early Childhood Advisory Council. In addition to four designated members of the Legislature, the Committee is composed of parents, philanthropists, childhood educators,…

Read More...

Rep. Collamore: “Supplemental Budget Contains Important Provision to Help Struggling Dairy Farmers”

Provision in Supplemental Budget Approved by the Legislature today will result in more timely “Tier Program” payments to dairy farmers   STATE HOUSE – State Representative Amanda N. Collamore (R-Pittsfield) expressed that she is pleased that the Supplemental Budget, passed by the Legislature today, contains a provision that is important to Maine dairy farmers. It contains…

Read More...

Higher prices cost Maine Families an extra $556 a month more in July than last year

July Consumer Price Index numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics are out, and they are not encouraging. According to analysis from Joint Economic Committee (JEC), higher prices for everyday goods means that the average Maine household spent  an extra $556 a month more in July than a year ago. That translates to Maine households…

Read More...
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