Rep. Caldwell Jackson

State Representative, House District 80

Buckfield, Hebron, Otisfield, and Oxford

Representative Caldwell Jackson of Oxford is currently serving his first term in the Maine House representing District 80, which includes the towns of Buckfield, Hebron, Otisfield, and Oxford.  He serves on the 131st Legislature’s joint standing Committee on Agriculture, Conservation, and Forestry.

Rep. Jackson has extensive local, county and state public service experience, having served as a Deputy Commissioner and Economic Development Specialist for the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservative and Forestry. He is currently the Chairman of the Oxford Board of Selectman. Jackson also previously served as an Oxford County Commissioner. A longtime member of the Oxford County Fair, Caldie is currently a member of their Board of Directors. He is also a member of the Lake Thompson Fish and Game Club.

Rep. Jackson and his wife, Diane, own and operate Breezy Hill Farm. Originally established in 1982, to raise livestock for market sales and hay production, Breezy Hill currently produces potatoes, fresh produce, and free range eggs for wholesale and retail markets. The Jacksons offer these and other products at Jackson’s Greenspot, their on-site, local farm stand. 

Caldie and Diane have three grown children and eight grandchildren who all reside in Maine. In his spare time, Rep. Jackson enjoys playing golf.

Member News

Legislation

LD 220 (HP141) An Act to Support Maine’s Potato Farmers and Processors LD 311 (SP132) An Act to Amend Certain Laws Governing Pari-Mutuel Pools on Harness Racing LD 400 (SP181) Resolve, Directing the Department of Environmental Protection to Examine Setback Requirements for Outdoor Wood Boilers LD 634 (HP411) An Act to Allow Open Burning in…

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Rep. Jackson

Contact Information

Legislative Office: (207) 287-1440

Home Office: (207) 272-8543

Email: Caldwell.Jackson@legislature.maine.gov

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

Home Address:
266 Hebron Road, Oxford, ME 04270

Legislative Service

House: 131

Committee Assignment(s)

Rep. Caldwell Jackson

State Representative, House District 80

Buckfield, Hebron, Otisfield, and Oxford
Rep. Jackson

Representative Caldwell Jackson of Oxford is currently serving his first term in the Maine House representing District 80, which includes the towns of Buckfield, Hebron, Otisfield, and Oxford.  He serves on the 131st Legislature’s joint standing Committee on Agriculture, Conservation, and Forestry.

Rep. Jackson has extensive local, county and state public service experience, having served as a Deputy Commissioner and Economic Development Specialist for the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservative and Forestry. He is currently the Chairman of the Oxford Board of Selectman. Jackson also previously served as an Oxford County Commissioner. A longtime member of the Oxford County Fair, Caldie is currently a member of their Board of Directors. He is also a member of the Lake Thompson Fish and Game Club.

Rep. Jackson and his wife, Diane, own and operate Breezy Hill Farm. Originally established in 1982, to raise livestock for market sales and hay production, Breezy Hill currently produces potatoes, fresh produce, and free range eggs for wholesale and retail markets. The Jacksons offer these and other products at Jackson’s Greenspot, their on-site, local farm stand. 

Caldie and Diane have three grown children and eight grandchildren who all reside in Maine. In his spare time, Rep. Jackson enjoys playing golf.

Contact Information

Legislative Office: (207) 287-1440

Home Office: (207) 272-8543

Email: Caldwell.Jackson@legislature.maine.gov

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

Home Address:
266 Hebron Road, Oxford, ME 04270

Legislative Service

House: 131

Committee Assignment(s)

Member News

Legislation

LD 220 (HP141) An Act to Support Maine’s Potato Farmers and Processors LD 311 (SP132) An Act to Amend Certain Laws Governing Pari-Mutuel Pools on Harness Racing LD 400 (SP181) Resolve, Directing the Department of Environmental Protection to Examine Setback Requirements for Outdoor Wood Boilers LD 634 (HP411) An Act to Allow Open Burning in…

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