I’d like to welcome you to my website. I am honored to serve the people of Maine’s First Congressional District, and I am committed to running an open and accessible office. I hope you find this website to be a helpful resource about what is happening in Maine and in Congress. I value your opinion and hope you will share it with me through this website. And of course, if there is ever anything I can do to help, I hope you won’t hesitate to contact me.

We are at a difficult point in our nation’s history and we face serious challenges in Maine and across the country. But we also have some great opportunities to change our country and get us back on track. I’m confident that together we will face those challenges and bring about the change we need.

All the best,


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Latest News

Take advantage of energy-efficiency tax credit before it's too late
A note from Chellie reminding Mainers that they can still get help making improvements to save energy and money in their homes. …
November 23, 2010
Congresswoman Chellie Pingree criticizes NOAA proposal to lower bluefin tuna catch limits for U.S. fishermen
Says it's unfair to ask Maine fishermen to sacrifice more when other countries aren't complying with conservation standards…
November 22, 2010
Lack of support for unemployment benefits 'outrageous'
Congresswoman Chellie Pingree urges Congress not to give up on extending unemployment benefits, which fell short of a two-thirds majority vote.…
November 19, 2010
VIDEO: Pushing for extension of unemployment benefits
Screen shot 2010-11-19 at 1.11.50 PM.pngCongresswoman Chellie Pingree urges Congress to extend benefits that help Maine families, support Maine businesses

November 18, 2010
Head of Federal Transit Administration visits Portland
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Congresswoman Chellie Pingree invites him to meet with local leaders to discuss state's public transportation needs

November 16, 2010
Fisheries commission hailed for decision on striped bass
Congresswoman Chellie Pingree wrote to commission to argue that raising commercial catch limits in Chesapeake Bay would hurt Maine fishermen and businesses…
November 16, 2010