Rep. Tammy Schmersal-Burgess

State Representative, House District 77

Livermore (Part), Canton, Dixfield, Hartford, Mexico, and Peru

Representative Tammy Schmersal Burgess of Mexico is currently serving her first term in the Maine House representing District 77, the towns of Livermore (Part), Canton, Dixfield, Hartford, Mexico, and Peru. Tammy is a member of the Joint Standing Committee on Environment and Natural Resources.

Rep. Schmersal-Burgess is a barber and stylist who owns and operates her own small business in Mexico. An active sportswoman, Tammy is a member of the National Rifle Association, the Sportsmans Alliance of Maine, the Webb River Valley Sportsman Club, and the LeParesseux Snow Shoe Club. Tammy also serves her community as a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Mexico Historical Society, and the American Legion. She volunteers at the River Valley Recreational Center.

Rep. Schmersal-Burgess is a graduate of Mexico High School and the Mr. Richards Hair Academy.

Member News

Rep. Tammy Schmersal-Burgess: Maine’s 72-hour waiting period violates the Constitution

Maine’s recent passage of a 72-hour waiting period to purchase a firearm … is a right delayed and therefore a right denied. Appeared in the Sun Journal on May 19, 2024 Tammy Schmersal-Burgess Article 1, Section 16 of the Maine Constitution states the following: “Every citizen has the right to keep and bear arms and this…

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Republicans uncover shocking cost of our open border policy

This week Republicans alerted the public and news media that nearly $35 million dollars is being spent to temporarily house asylum seekers while the pressing needs of Maine citizens go unmet. This is Representative Tammy Schmersal-Burgess of Mexico with the weekly Republican address.  $34.28 Million dollars has been spent on housing for an estimated 2,200…

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Our Community Takes Care of Each Other

While many people are still pulling their lives back together from the wind and rain storm last month, I wanted to make sure that those that have been assisting and helping since we were deluged with water and storm damage are recognized for their Samaritan-like acts of compassion for their fellow townspeople. Ordinary citizens were…

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Legislation

LD 604 (HP381) An Act to Extend the Night Hunting Season for Coyotes to Immediately Following the Muzzle-loading-only Deer Hunting Season LD 606 (HP383) An Act Regarding Development of a Program to Assist Farmers Affected by Perfluoroalkyl and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances Contamination LD 613 (HP390) An Act to Amend the Laws Governing the Antlerless Deer Permit…

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Rep. Schmersal-Burgess

Contact Information

Legislative Office: (207) 287-1440

Home Office: (207) 369-3696

Email: Tammy.Schmersal-Burgess@legislature.maine.gov

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

Home Address:
53 Summit Street, Mexico, ME 04257

Legislative Service

House: 131

Committee Assignment(s)

Rep. Tammy Schmersal-Burgess

State Representative, House District 77

Livermore (Part), Canton, Dixfield, Hartford, Mexico, and Peru
Rep. Schmersal-Burgess

Representative Tammy Schmersal Burgess of Mexico is currently serving her first term in the Maine House representing District 77, the towns of Livermore (Part), Canton, Dixfield, Hartford, Mexico, and Peru. Tammy is a member of the Joint Standing Committee on Environment and Natural Resources.

Rep. Schmersal-Burgess is a barber and stylist who owns and operates her own small business in Mexico. An active sportswoman, Tammy is a member of the National Rifle Association, the Sportsmans Alliance of Maine, the Webb River Valley Sportsman Club, and the LeParesseux Snow Shoe Club. Tammy also serves her community as a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Mexico Historical Society, and the American Legion. She volunteers at the River Valley Recreational Center.

Rep. Schmersal-Burgess is a graduate of Mexico High School and the Mr. Richards Hair Academy.

Contact Information

Legislative Office: (207) 287-1440

Home Office: (207) 369-3696

Email: Tammy.Schmersal-Burgess@legislature.maine.gov

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

Home Address:
53 Summit Street, Mexico, ME 04257

Legislative Service

House: 131

Committee Assignment(s)

Member News

Rep. Tammy Schmersal-Burgess: Maine’s 72-hour waiting period violates the Constitution

Maine’s recent passage of a 72-hour waiting period to purchase a firearm … is a right delayed and therefore a right denied. Appeared in the Sun Journal on May 19, 2024 Tammy Schmersal-Burgess Article 1, Section 16 of the Maine Constitution states the following: “Every citizen has the right to keep and bear arms and this…

Read More...

Republicans uncover shocking cost of our open border policy

This week Republicans alerted the public and news media that nearly $35 million dollars is being spent to temporarily house asylum seekers while the pressing needs of Maine citizens go unmet. This is Representative Tammy Schmersal-Burgess of Mexico with the weekly Republican address.  $34.28 Million dollars has been spent on housing for an estimated 2,200…

Read More...

Our Community Takes Care of Each Other

While many people are still pulling their lives back together from the wind and rain storm last month, I wanted to make sure that those that have been assisting and helping since we were deluged with water and storm damage are recognized for their Samaritan-like acts of compassion for their fellow townspeople. Ordinary citizens were…

Read More...

Legislation

LD 604 (HP381) An Act to Extend the Night Hunting Season for Coyotes to Immediately Following the Muzzle-loading-only Deer Hunting Season LD 606 (HP383) An Act Regarding Development of a Program to Assist Farmers Affected by Perfluoroalkyl and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances Contamination LD 613 (HP390) An Act to Amend the Laws Governing the Antlerless Deer Permit…

Read More...
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