Rep. Heidi Sampson

State Representative, House District 136

Alfred and portions of Lyman and Waterboro

Representative Heidi Sampson of Alfred is currently serving her fourth term representing House District 136, which includes the town of Alfred and part of Lyman and Waterboro.  She serves the 131st Legislature’s Joint Standing Committee on Educational and Cultural Affairs as she has for the previous three terms.  Prior to being elected as a Maine State Representative in 2016, she was appointed to serve on the Maine State Board of Education by Governor LePage.

Rep. Sampson attended St. Lawrence University studying Bio-Chemistry and Sports Medicine.  She has spent her career as a research scientist, educator, ski school director, farmer, and coach.  Heidi serves her community as a member of the York Republican Committee and the Gun Owners of Maine.  Over her career she has received too many awards to list.

Heidi and her husband, Bob, have three children; Dane, Erik, and Brianna.  In her free time, she enjoys being outdoors farming, skiing, hiking, and swimming.  She also takes joy in teaching her grandchildren to read.

Member News

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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UMaine System Must Acknowledge Current Science, Drop Student Covid-19 Vaccination Requirement

Publicly-funded University System should follow the lead of Maine’s Community College System now that the negative impacts of the policy on learning, health, and enrollment are becoming all too clear  STATE HOUSE – Education Committee Republicans today are calling on Maine’s publicly-funded University of Maine System to follow the lead of Maine’s Community College System…

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Contact Information

Legislative Office: (207) 287-1440

Home Office: (207) 590-1909

Email: Heidi.Sampson@legislature.maine.gov

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

Home Address:
465 Kennebunk Road, Alfred, ME 04002

Legislative Service

House: 128, 129, 130, 131

Committee Assignment(s)

Rep. Heidi Sampson

State Representative, House District 136

Alfred and portions of Lyman and Waterboro
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Representative Heidi Sampson of Alfred is currently serving her fourth term representing House District 136, which includes the town of Alfred and part of Lyman and Waterboro.  She serves the 131st Legislature’s Joint Standing Committee on Educational and Cultural Affairs as she has for the previous three terms.  Prior to being elected as a Maine State Representative in 2016, she was appointed to serve on the Maine State Board of Education by Governor LePage.

Rep. Sampson attended St. Lawrence University studying Bio-Chemistry and Sports Medicine.  She has spent her career as a research scientist, educator, ski school director, farmer, and coach.  Heidi serves her community as a member of the York Republican Committee and the Gun Owners of Maine.  Over her career she has received too many awards to list.

Heidi and her husband, Bob, have three children; Dane, Erik, and Brianna.  In her free time, she enjoys being outdoors farming, skiing, hiking, and swimming.  She also takes joy in teaching her grandchildren to read.

Contact Information

Legislative Office: (207) 287-1440

Home Office: (207) 590-1909

Email: Heidi.Sampson@legislature.maine.gov

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

Home Address:
465 Kennebunk Road, Alfred, ME 04002

Legislative Service

House: 128, 129, 130, 131

Committee Assignment(s)

Member News

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...

UMaine System Must Acknowledge Current Science, Drop Student Covid-19 Vaccination Requirement

Publicly-funded University System should follow the lead of Maine’s Community College System now that the negative impacts of the policy on learning, health, and enrollment are becoming all too clear  STATE HOUSE – Education Committee Republicans today are calling on Maine’s publicly-funded University of Maine System to follow the lead of Maine’s Community College System…

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