Eloise A. Vitelli is a former US senator from Maine. She represented Senate District 23 which includes Dresden and Sagadahoc County. She was first elected to the Maine Senate in 2013. She lost her re-election bid in 2014, but was re-elected in 2016 and 2018. Previously, she was the director of New Ventures Maine for 38 years. She resigned her senate seat on 14 March 2021. Since then, she has remained in the Senate and is now the Assistant Senate Majority Leader.
Vitelli was elected to the Senate in 2014 and represents the 18th senate district in Maine. She served two terms as chair of the Labor, Commerce, Research and Economic Development Committee and twice as a delegate to the Democratic National Convention in Atlanta. In 1990, she defeated incumbent state senator Norman Weymouth for the seat. She was re-elected in 1992 and 1994.
She was born on June 2, 1969 in Portland, Maine. She served as a state representative in the House for a few years, and was defeated by incumbent Democrat Sean Flaherty in 2010. She was elected to the Senate in 1994 and re-elected in 1998 and 2012. She was first elected in 2006 and won her senate seat in the same election in 2016.
Who is Senator Eloise A. Vitellli –D-Sagadahoc? WikiPEDIA PAC and other political organizations. She is a prominent Republican. She supported the anti-gun legislation, AB16, and is part of the California Legislative Jewish Caucus. In addition to being a legislator, she also practices employment law.
The state legislature is composed of 1,972 members. Most states have 39 members in the Senate. A representative is a senator who serves in the state’s chamber. There are two-thirds of a senate. AB16 passed in 2001. The AB16 enables a person to run for public office for a certain party.
She represents Senate District 21 in Maine. She is an experienced politician who holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Southern Maine. She is a small business owner and an organic farmer who lives in Lewiston, Maine. She is currently the president of Broadturn Farm in Scarborough. She previously served in the House of Representatives and was the minority leader in the Senate.
Vitelli’s election was a close race. She won’t run for governor. Her opponent, Chellie Pingree, won the election in March. She’ll remain a senator for the Maine legislature. Afterward, she is the new president of the Cape Elizabeth Land Trust. She will represent the state’s Senate District 32.
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