Protect Maine’s Lobster and Fishing Industries

Our lobstermen and women are facing the closure of fishing grounds due to overreaching federal regulations and the presence of large-scale industrial, off-shore wind infrastructure, which affects Maine’s sustainable fishing industry. We cannot allow the federal government and the lobbyists for special interests’ groups destroy our way of life.

Janet Mills is once again promoting her endorsement from a wealthy, out of state, liberal special interest group determined to shut down Maine’s lobster industry. If Janet Mills genuinely supports our Maine lobstermen, she would not trade her own political survival for the livelihood of our Maine fishing community.

  • As Governor, I will challenge the Biden Administration’s destructive regulatory policies regarding whale rules aimed at destroying the livelihoods of our fishermen.  Our lobster fishing industry leaders have worked diligently for years to protect these whales and the environment.
  • A healthy marine ecosystem is critical to the sustainability of Maine’s lobster industry.
  • Maine’s lobster industry is one of the most sustainable fisheries on Earth. Our commercial lobstermen and women care for marine life and are outstanding stewards of our environment. 
  • As Governor, I exempted sales tax on fuel used in agriculture to help Maine’s lobster industry.

READ MORE: Gov Paul LePage Says Ruling is Disastrous for Lobster Industry

READ: Governor LePage’s Testimony to NOAA

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A Vision for Maine

My vision for Maine is to create prosperity through a lower overall tax burden for residents and businesses; a smaller, more efficient state government that we can all afford; protecting our most vulnerable populations (our children, our seniors and persons with disabilities), empowering parents’ rights to decide their children’s future, and managing a welfare system that serves as a safety net for the truly needy – not a free for all.