Walter Riseman

Walter
Riseman

OFFICE: Maine House of Representatives (District 69)
TERM: 2023-2025

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2,484
votes received
Won πŸŽ‰
election
2,120
votes needed
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Walter Riseman received 117% of the votes needed and won this election!

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About the candidate

A community servant with decades of experience helping small businesses and low-income residents build their futures, Walter Riseman is committed to using his experience to benefit his constituents. As a legislator Riseman has advanced or supported bills on a wide range of issues: from supporting veterans to protecting the environment to reducing home energy costs, his record demonstrates his firm belief in legislating for the benefit of Mainers. Re-elect Walter Riseman so he can continue working hard for the hard-working people of Maine.


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Top Issues

Addiction Is Illness
Adequate resources need to be channeled into these issues. Rather than relying on law enforcement to fix the problems, solutions that focus on education, prevention and rehabilitation will provide positive long-term results
Fund Public Schools
We have to take a serious look at how to reinvent education. The old brick and mortar style of education may need to change. The COVID crisis forced us to take an immediate look at the system but we may need to change to a system that incorporates new technology and innovative teaching strategies.
Balanced Budgets
Safeguard state services but reduce state expenses.
Made it On the Ballot
June 1, 2022
Early Voting Begins
October 8, 2022
Election Night
November 8, 2022
Victory Meter
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100%
Votes Needed
To Win
πŸ—³ 2.1K
Likely Voters
2.1K πŸŽ‰
needed to win

Top Issues

Addiction Is Illness
Adequate resources need to be channeled into these issues. Rather than relying on law enforcement to fix the problems, solutions that focus on education, prevention and rehabilitation will provide positive long-term results
Fund Public Schools
We have to take a serious look at how to reinvent education. The old brick and mortar style of education may need to change. The COVID crisis forced us to take an immediate look at the system but we may need to change to a system that incorporates new technology and innovative teaching strategies.
Balanced Budgets
Safeguard state services but reduce state expenses.
Made it On the Ballot
June 1, 2022
Early Voting Begins
October 8, 2022
Election Night
November 8, 2022
Victory Meter
What`s this?
100%
Votes Needed
To Win
πŸ—³ 2.1K
Likely Voters
2.1K πŸŽ‰
needed to win