Rep. Katrina Smith

State Representative, House District 62

Windsor, China, Hibberts Gore Township, Somerville, and Palermo

Representative Katrina Smith of Palermo is currently serving her first term in the Maine House representing District 62, which includes the towns of Windsor, China, Hibberts Gore Township, Somerville, and Palermo.  Katrina currently serves the 131st Legislature’s Joint Standing Committee on Innovation, Development, Economic Advancement, and Business.

Katrina earned her B.A. from Gordon College, and has spent her career as a realtor and investor. She is a member of the Maine Association of Realtors, Gun Owners of Maine, and the National Rifle Association. 

Representative Smith and her husband, Mike, have five children together.

Member News

Bill to allow minors to travel to Maine for controversial transgender medical procedures without parental consent tabled

Scheduled Work Session postponed after public outcry AUGUSTA – Rep. David Haggan (R-Hampden) publically castigated fellow members of the Judiciary Committee today for postponing a scheduled Work Session on LD 1735, ‘An Act to Safeguard Gender-affirming Health Care.’ The bill “prohibits the enforcement of an order based on another state’s law authorizing a child to be…

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Maine is increasingly becoming a destination state for all the wrong reasons  

Pending bills to promote nine-month abortion tourism, and gender transition surgeries on children This is Representative Katrina Smith of Palermo with the Weekly Republican Radio Address. Maine is one of the poorest states in the country, yet it is increasingly pursuing policies that attract newcomers based on the generosity of policy-makers spending other people’s money,…

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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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Bills to reinstate Covid-19 vaccine exemptions to be heard on “Medical Freedom” Day

STATE HOUSE – The Joint Standing Committee on Education and Cultural Affairs is scheduled to hold Public Hearings on six bills on, what is being billed by supporters as, “Medical Freedom Day” at the Legislature. Collectively, they propose to ensure access to education for all students by reinstating religious and philosophical exemptions for COVID-19 vaccines…

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Rep. Smith

Contact Information

Legislative Office: (207) 287-1440

Home Office: (207) 230-9583

Email: Katrina.Smith@legislature.maine.gov

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

Home Address:
627 Chisholm Pond Road, Palermo, ME 04354

Legislative Service

House: 131

Committee Assignment(s)

Rep. Katrina Smith

State Representative, House District 62

Windsor, China, Hibberts Gore Township, Somerville, and Palermo
Rep. Smith

Representative Katrina Smith of Palermo is currently serving her first term in the Maine House representing District 62, which includes the towns of Windsor, China, Hibberts Gore Township, Somerville, and Palermo.  Katrina currently serves the 131st Legislature’s Joint Standing Committee on Innovation, Development, Economic Advancement, and Business.

Katrina earned her B.A. from Gordon College, and has spent her career as a realtor and investor. She is a member of the Maine Association of Realtors, Gun Owners of Maine, and the National Rifle Association. 

Representative Smith and her husband, Mike, have five children together.

Contact Information

Legislative Office: (207) 287-1440

Home Office: (207) 230-9583

Email: Katrina.Smith@legislature.maine.gov

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

Home Address:
627 Chisholm Pond Road, Palermo, ME 04354

Legislative Service

House: 131

Committee Assignment(s)

Member News

Bill to allow minors to travel to Maine for controversial transgender medical procedures without parental consent tabled

Scheduled Work Session postponed after public outcry AUGUSTA – Rep. David Haggan (R-Hampden) publically castigated fellow members of the Judiciary Committee today for postponing a scheduled Work Session on LD 1735, ‘An Act to Safeguard Gender-affirming Health Care.’ The bill “prohibits the enforcement of an order based on another state’s law authorizing a child to be…

Read More...

Maine is increasingly becoming a destination state for all the wrong reasons  

Pending bills to promote nine-month abortion tourism, and gender transition surgeries on children This is Representative Katrina Smith of Palermo with the Weekly Republican Radio Address. Maine is one of the poorest states in the country, yet it is increasingly pursuing policies that attract newcomers based on the generosity of policy-makers spending other people’s money,…

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...

Bills to reinstate Covid-19 vaccine exemptions to be heard on “Medical Freedom” Day

STATE HOUSE – The Joint Standing Committee on Education and Cultural Affairs is scheduled to hold Public Hearings on six bills on, what is being billed by supporters as, “Medical Freedom Day” at the Legislature. Collectively, they propose to ensure access to education for all students by reinstating religious and philosophical exemptions for COVID-19 vaccines…

Read More...
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