State of Maine Archives: on Jobs


Susan Collins: For Protecting Older Workers Against Discrimination Act

Q: Your COVID policy?

Collins: The disproportionate impact of the pandemic on older Americans emphasizes the need for protections, especially against age discrimination. I cosponsored the Protecting Older Workers Against Discrimination Act, which would restore critical age discrimination protections and make it easier for older employees to prove that they are the victims of age discrimination in the workplace.

Source: AARP Survey on 2020 Maine Senate race Oct 16, 2020

Sara Gideon: Co-sponsored bill to give unions access to public employees

Q: Support strengthening the rights of unions?

Sara Gideon: Yes. Co-sponsored Maine House bill to require public employers to grant unions right to meet with and get information on employees. Endorsed by major Maine labor unions.

Susan Collins: No. Voted to advance President Trump's nomination of anti-union lawyer Eugene Scalia to head Department of Labor. Given lowest rating by AFL-CIO for record on labor rights.

Source: CampusElect on 2020 Maine Senate race Oct 10, 2020

Sara Gideon: Prioritize needs of small businesses; raise minimum wage

Source: 2020 Maine Senate campaign website SaraGideon.com Jun 4, 2020

Janet Mills: Scholarships & boosted retirement benefits for firefighters

I will create a scholarship fund for young people to train in fire suppression, with the first contribution coming from my contingent account as Governor. Maine needs more firefighters, particularly in rural Maine, and to that same end, I am proud to support legislation to fund the Maine Length of Service Program to boost retirement benefits to firefighters and EMS workers to compensate them for their service. We can do this. Because we are not Washington, we are Maine.
Source: 2020 Maine State of the State address Jan 21, 2020

Angus King: Protected jobs in forests & Bath Iron Works

Economy: Support federal spending as a means of promoting economic growth?

Brakey: No. Says, "Government doesn't create jobs, the free market creates jobs."

King: Yes. Says has protected "thousands of jobs" at Bath Iron Works & helped bolster & diversify ME forest economy.

Ringelstein: Yes. Lays out 7-point plan to "reignite Maine's economy," including spending for infrastructure & broadband.

Source: 2018 CampusElect.org Issue Guide on Maine Senate race Nov 1, 2018

Angus King: Supports federal minimum wage increase; but not $15

Minimum Wage: Raise federal minimum wage from the current $7.25/hr?

Brakey: No. Will hurt the people it's intended to help.

King: Yes. Has long supported Federal increase. Not yet backing $15.

Ringelstein: Yes. Increase to $15/hour & tie to inflation.

Source: 2018 CampusElect.org Issue Guide on Maine Senate race Nov 1, 2018

Betsy Sweet: Supports $15 minimum wage and strong unions

Support a $15 Minimum Wage. No full-time worker in Maine should not be able to provide for their family.

Support the unions' right to thrive. Unions are an important safeguard for workers. As Governor, I will re-open the negotiations between workers and state government and not make employees have to choose between a strong union and a well-deserved raise. I also support responsible contracting for all state funds.

Source: Ballotpedia.org Connection: 2018 Maine Governor race Nov 1, 2018

Eric Brakey: Oppose increasing minimum wage; it takes out the bottom rung

All of Senator Brakey's positions and comments come from the 2016 CCL Candidate Survey [as reported on maine.patriotguide.us]:

Q: Do you support or oppose increasing Maine's minimum wage?

Eric Brakey: Oppose. "Taking the bottom rungs off the job ladder makes it more difficult for low-skilled individuals to enter the workforce and learn work skills."

Source: Christian Civic League on 2018 Maine Senate race Nov 1, 2018

Janet Mills: Raise minimum wage to $12 by 2020

Minimum Wage: Raise the minimum wage above the current $7.25/hour?

Mills: Yes. Preserve recent increase passed by voters, to $12/hr by 2020.

Moody: No. Roll back recent increase. This is among the initiatives he opposed.

Source: 2018 CampusElect.org Issue Guide on Maine Governor race Nov 1, 2018

Shawn Moody: Roll back minimum wage increase

Minimum Wage: Raise the minimum wage above the current $7.25/hour?

Mills: Yes. Preserve recent increase passed by voters, to $12/hr by 2020.

Moody: No. Roll back recent increase. This is among the initiatives he opposed.

Source: 2018 CampusElect.org Issue Guide on Maine Governor race Nov 1, 2018

Zak Ringelstein: Increase minimum wage to $15/hour & tie to inflation

Minimum Wage: Raise federal minimum wage from the current $7.25/hr?

Brakey: No. Will hurt the people it's intended to help.

King: Yes. Has long supported Federal increase. Not yet backing $15.

Ringelstein: Yes. Increase to $15/hour & tie to inflation.

Source: 2018 CampusElect.org Issue Guide on Maine Senate race Nov 1, 2018

Jared Golden: Fought for fair and equal pay, in state legislature

I'm from Lewiston and I joined the military after the 9/11 attacks. I was elected to the state legislature in 2014, where I've stood up for working Mainers and fought for issues like more access to healthcare and fair and equal pay. In Congress, I will always put Maine's people, not corporations or wealthy donors, first.

In the Marines, serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, I learned what leadership is--it's putting those you lead or represent first. I worked for Senator Susan Collins as a professional staff member before being elected to the legislature. I work across the aisle, with my Republican colleagues and Governor LePage, to find common ground and get the job done for Mainers.

Source: League of Women Voters on 2018 Maine voting records Sep 9, 2018

Shawn Moody: Make it easier for job creators: create a service hotline

CREATING GOOD PAYING JOBS. Perform a comprehensive review of all government red tape with the goal of increasing speed of permitting, reducing fees, and eliminating duplication. Create a jobs "customer service hotline" so that potential job creators and Maine businesses looking to expand can get immediate responses from state government, through a single point of contact.
Source: 2018 Maine Gubernatorial race website ShawnMoody.com Sep 1, 2018

Zak Ringelstein: Create jobs by investment in land grants and infrastructure

Our plan to reignite Maine's economy includes: Massive location-specific federal investment in entrepreneurship, existing businesses, and new offices for established corporations; Comprehensive federal and state investment in infrastructure. Land grants for new universities, technical schools,˙and community colleges; and, Protecting our economy from harmful international trade agreements. World-class business means that we will have more tax dollars and more good-paying jobs across the state.
Source: 2018 Me. Senate campaign website, RingelsteinForMaine.com Jun 26, 2018

Chris Lyons: Oppose affirmative action in hiring

Q: Do you support or oppose the statement, "Legally require hiring more women/minorities"?

A: oppose

Source: OnTheIssues interview of 2018 Maine Senate candidate Mar 6, 2018

Paul LePage: Employers can pay tipped workers half minimum wage

SP 235: An Act To Restore the Tip Credit to Maine's Minimum Wage Law: An employer may consider tips as part of the wages of a service employee, but such a tip credit may not exceed 50% of the minimum hourly wage established in this section.Summary by Associated Building Contractors of Maine: Voters approved a referendum to raise the state's minimum wage gradually to $12 by 2020. Some critics worried about the elimination of the tip credit, which exempted employers from paying tipped workers the minimum wage. This bill restores the tip credit and allows employers to pay tipped employees half the state's minimum wage. It was seen as a compromise for Democrats, who supported the wage increase, and Republicans, who had concerns about what it might mean for certain businesses.

Legislative outcome:Passed Senate 23-12-0; Roll Call #246; Jun/7/17; Passed House 110-37-4; Roll Call #302; Jun/13/17; Signed by Governor Paul LePage, Jun/23/17

Source: ABCMaine.org on Maine legislative voting record SP 235 Jun 23, 2017

Jared Golden: Don't limit tipped workers to half minimum wage

SP 235: An Act To Restore the Tip Credit to Maine's Minimum Wage Law: An employer may consider tips as part of the wages of a service employee, but such a tip credit may not exceed 50% of the minimum hourly wage established in this section.Summary by Associated Building Contractors of Maine: Voters approved a referendum to raise the state's minimum wage gradually to $12 by 2020. Some critics worried about the elimination of the tip credit, which exempted employers from paying tipped workers the minimum wage. This bill restores the tip credit and allows employers to pay tipped employees half the state's minimum wage. It was seen as a compromise for Democrats, who supported the wage increase, and Republicans, who had concerns about what it might mean for certain businesses.

Legislative outcome:Passed Senate 23-12-0; Roll Call #246; Jun/7/17; Passed House 110-37-4; Roll Call #302; Jun/13/17; Rep. Golden voted YES; Signed by Governor Paul LePage, Jun/23/17

Source: ABCMaine.org on Maine legislative voting record SP 235 Jun 13, 2017

Sara Gideon: Don't limit tipped workers to half minimum wage

SP 235: An Act To Restore the Tip Credit to Maine's Minimum Wage Law: An employer may consider tips as part of the wages of a service employee, but such a tip credit may not exceed 50% of the minimum hourly wage established in this section.Summary by Associated Building Contractors of Maine: Voters approved a referendum to raise the state's minimum wage gradually to $12 by 2020. Some critics worried about the elimination of the tip credit, which exempted employers from paying tipped workers the minimum wage. This bill restores the tip credit and allows employers to pay tipped employees half the state's minimum wage. It was seen as a compromise for Democrats, who supported the wage increase, and Republicans, who had concerns about what it might mean for certain businesses.

Legislative outcome:Passed Senate 23-12-0; Roll Call #246; Jun/7/17; Passed House 110-37-4; Roll Call #302; Jun/13/17; Rep. Sara Gideon voted YES; Signed by Governor Paul LePage, Jun/23/17

Source: ABCMaine.org on Maine legislative voting record SP 235 Jun 13, 2017

Eric Brakey: Employers can pay tipped workers half minimum wage

SP 235: An Act To Restore the Tip Credit to Maine's Minimum Wage Law: An employer may consider tips as part of the wages of a service employee, but such a tip credit may not exceed 50% of the minimum hourly wage established in this section.Summary by Associated Building Contractors of Maine: Voters approved a referendum to raise the state's minimum wage gradually to $12 by 2020. Some critics worried about the elimination of the tip credit, which exempted employers from paying tipped workers the minimum wage. This bill restores the tip credit and allows employers to pay tipped employees half the state's minimum wage. It was seen as a compromise for Democrats, who supported the wage increase, and Republicans, who had concerns about what it might mean for certain businesses.

Legislative outcome:Passed Senate 23-12-0; Roll Call #246; Jun/7/17; Sen. Brakey voted YES; Passed House 110-37-4; Roll Call #302; Jun/13/17; Signed by Governor Paul LePage, Jun/23/17

Source: ABCMaine.org on Maine legislative voting record SP 235 Jun 7, 2017

Mike Thibodeau: Employers can pay tipped workers half minimum wage

SP 235: An Act To Restore the Tip Credit to Maine's Minimum Wage Law: An employer may consider tips as part of the wages of a service employee, but such a tip credit may not exceed 50% of the minimum hourly wage established in this section.Summary by Associated Building Contractors of Maine: Voters approved a referendum to raise the state's minimum wage gradually to $12 by 2020. Some critics worried about the elimination of the tip credit, which exempted employers from paying tipped workers the minimum wage. This bill restores the tip credit and allows employers to pay tipped employees half the state's minimum wage. It was seen as a compromise for Democrats, who supported the wage increase, and Republicans, who had concerns about what it might mean for certain businesses.

Legislative outcome:Passed Senate 23-12-0; Roll Call #246; Jun/7/17; Sen. Thibodeau voted YES; Passed House 110-37-4; Roll Call #302; Jun/13/17; Signed by Governor Paul LePage, Jun/23/17

Source: ABCMaine.org on Maine legislative voting record SP 235 Jun 7, 2017

Paul LePage: Allow employer's access to employee social media accounts

Maine bill HP 640/L.D. 921: An Act To Strengthen the Right of a Victim of Sexual Assault or Domestic Violence To Take Necessary Leave from Employment and To Promote Employee Social Media Privacy.

Summary by Littler-Mendelson P.C.: Maine has now enacted legislation that restricts an employer's ability to demand information regarding an employee's or job applicant's social media account. The Act expressly prohibits employers from requiring or requesting an employee or job applicant provide the employer with the password or other means of accessing his or her social media accounts. Governor LePage attempted to veto 65 bills including the Act. Maine lawmakers argued that the Governor missed the veto deadline; the Maine Supreme Judicial Court ruled that all 65 bills had become law.

Legislative outcome:Passed House 83-60-8, Roll Call #136 on Jun/2/15; Passed Senate 35-0-0, Roll Call #127 on Jun/3/15; Vetoed by Governor Paul LePage Jul/16/15

Source: Littler.com on Maine legislative voting record HP 640/LD 921 Jul 16, 2015

Eric Brakey: Restrict employer's access to employee social media accounts

Maine bill HP 640/L.D. 921: An Act To Strengthen the Right of a Victim of Sexual Assault or Domestic Violence To Take Necessary Leave from Employment and To Promote Employee Social Media Privacy.

Summary by Littler-Mendelson P.C.: Maine has now enacted legislation that restricts an employer's ability to demand information regarding an employee's or job applicant's social media account. The Act expressly prohibits employers from requiring or requesting an employee or job applicant provide the employer with the password or other means of accessing his or her social media accounts. Governor LePage attempted to veto 65 bills including the Act. Maine lawmakers argued that the Governor missed the veto deadline; the Maine Supreme Judicial Court ruled that all 65 bills had become law.

Legislative outcome:Passed House 83-60-8, Roll Call #136 on Jun/2/15; Passed Senate 35-0-0, Roll Call #127 on Jun/3/15; Brakey voted YES; Vetoed by Governor Paul LePage Jul/16/15

Source: Littler.com on Maine legislative voting record HP 640/LD 921 Jun 3, 2015

Mike Thibodeau: Restrict employer's access to employee social media accounts

Maine bill HP 640/L.D. 921: An Act To Strengthen the Right of a Victim of Sexual Assault or Domestic Violence To Take Necessary Leave from Employment and To Promote Employee Social Media Privacy.

Summary by Littler-Mendelson P.C.: Maine has now enacted legislation that restricts an employer's ability to demand information regarding an employee's or job applicant's social media account. The Act expressly prohibits employers from requiring or requesting an employee or job applicant provide the employer with the password or other means of accessing his or her social media accounts. Governor LePage attempted to veto 65 bills including the Act. Maine lawmakers argued that the Governor missed the veto deadline; the Maine Supreme Judicial Court ruled that all 65 bills had become law.

Legislative outcome:Passed House 83-60-8, Roll Call #136 on Jun/2/15; Passed Senate 35-0-0, Roll Call #127 on Jun/3/15; Thibodeau voted YES; Vetoed by Gov. Paul LePage Jul/16/15

Source: Littler.com on Maine legislative voting record HP 640/LD 921 Jun 3, 2015

Jared Golden: Restrict employer's access to employee social media accounts

Maine bill HP 640/L.D. 921: An Act To Strengthen the Right of a Victim of Sexual Assault or Domestic Violence To Take Necessary Leave from Employment and To Promote Employee Social Media Privacy.

Summary by Littler-Mendelson P.C.: Maine has now enacted legislation that restricts an employer's ability to demand information regarding an employee's or job applicant's social media account. The Act expressly prohibits employers from requiring or requesting an employee or job applicant provide the employer with the password or other means of accessing his or her social media accounts. Governor LePage attempted to veto 65 bills including the Act. Maine lawmakers argued that the Governor missed the veto deadline; the Maine Supreme Judicial Court ruled that all 65 bills had become law.

Legislative outcome:Passed House 83-60-8, Roll Call #136 on Jun/2/15; Golden voted YES; Passed Senate 35-0-0, Roll Call #127 on Jun/3/15; Vetoed by Governor Paul LePage Jul/16/15

Source: Littler.com on Maine legislative voting record HP 640/LD 921 Jun 2, 2015

Sara Gideon: Restrict employer's access to employee social media accounts

Maine bill HP 640/L.D. 921: An Act To Strengthen the Right of a Victim of Sexual Assault or Domestic Violence To Take Necessary Leave from Employment and To Promote Employee Social Media Privacy.

Summary by Littler-Mendelson P.C.: Maine has now enacted legislation that restricts an employer's ability to demand information regarding an employee's or job applicant's social media account. The Act expressly prohibits employers from requiring or requesting an employee or job applicant provide the employer with the password or other means of accessing his or her social media accounts. Governor LePage attempted to veto 65 bills including the Act. Maine lawmakers argued that the Governor missed the veto deadline; the Maine Supreme Judicial Court ruled that all 65 bills had become law.

Legislative outcome:Passed House 83-60-8, Roll Call #136 on 6/2/15; Gideon co-sponsored & voted YES; Passed Senate 35-0-0, Roll Call #127 on 6/3/15; Vetoed by Gov. LePage 7/16/15

Source: Littler.com on Maine legislative voting record HP 640/LD 921 Jun 2, 2015

Paul LePage: Are low-wage call-center jobs the kind we want?

As L.L. Bean announced it will close its Bangor call center and Verizon Wireless said it would add 90 customer service employees, Gov. Paul LePage made a visit to a third call center. The Nexxlinx call center in Orono employs about 350 people. The site director told the governor, who was invited to tour the facility, that the center has 100 job openings and cannot find enough qualified employees to fill them. "Are they the jobs we want? No," LePage told a cluster of reporters after his tour, referring to lower-wage jobs such as those at call centers.

The starting wage at NexxLinx is between $8.50 and $9 per hour, plus incentives. That amounts to about $19,000 per year for employees who work 40 hours per week.

"People can cry and holler all they want, but if we don't reduce energy costs, we're going to have two Maines," LePage said. The other Maine, he said, is in the south, where there are higher-wage jobs. [A Nexxlink spokesman said the issue was finding good workers, not energy costs.]

Source: Bangor Daily News on 2014 Maine Gubernatorial debate Sep 4, 2014

Paul LePage: Vetoed incrementally raising the state's minimum wage

The Democrats' list of most vulnerable incumbent governors includes Maine's Paul LePage, Michigan's Rick Snyder and Wisconsin's Scott Walker, [on the minimum wage issue]. Florida's Rick Scott and Ohio's John Kasich might be insulated because their states' laws boost minimum wage with inflation.

All of those governors won a first term in the national Republican sweep of 2010, and most have had strong Republican representation in their legislatures to support them. But LePage was tasked with facing a Democrat-controlled legislature, and in July he vetoed a bill to incrementally raise the state's minimum wage.

For his likely Democratic challenger, Rep. Mike Michaud, increasing the minimum wage is an issue the onetime paper mill worker from northern Maine discusses often, said a campaign adviser. "He is closely aligned with working- and middle-class families," Farmer said. "He's not a millionaire.

Source: CBS News 99.1 FM on 2014 Maine gubernatorial race Dec 29, 2013

Mike Michaud: AdWatch: Unions endorse Michaud "to represent Maine workers"

The Maine Republican Party says two merging unions wield power and influence that is vastly out of scale with their actual representation among the labor force in Maine. The unions have supported Mike Michaud (D).

"We defend the right of Maine workers to have a voice in their wages, benefits and working conditions," said a union leader. "Together, we will move forward to address common legislative issues such as the urgent need to accept federal funds to expand health-care coverage and to elect a governor who represents Maine workers. We are united in supporting Congressman Mike Michaud as Maine's next governor."

"This really proves that the unions have lost their moorings as to what their purpose is," said a Maine GOP spokesman. "Their first order of business is electing Mike Michaud, who will raise taxes and hurt small businesses. It's pretty clear that this is nothing more than a new political action committee funded by forcing Maine people to pay out of their paychecks."

Source: Maine Sun Journal on 2014 Maine Governor race Dec 20, 2013

Shenna Bellows: Increase minimum wage to make it a living wage

Bellows says that she's passionate about creating more opportunity for people who are struggling. She also believes that the US is spending too much money on the wrong priorities. "We're spending billions to spy on people, meanwhile letting education and foodstamps slip," she said.

When asked about the "safety-net" just being a subsidy for corporations such as Wal-Mart, Bellows replied that in the last 20 years there has been an economic and environmental crisis. One of her goals is to increase minimum wage to make it a "living wage."

Bellows is also for transparency in government and worked extensively on the Right To Know GMO Campaign for the labeling of genetically modified foods.

Source: Machias Valley News Observer on 2014 Maine Senate race Dec 4, 2013

Eliot Cutler: Zealously guard against interference in unionization efforts

Q: Will you support the right of all workers to form a union and collectively bargain over wages, benefits, and workplace conditions and oppose any efforts to repeal collective bargaining rights for Maine workers?

A: I have always supported and will always protect the right of workers to form and to join unions, and I have witnessed the important contributions that unions have made for decades in scores of Maine communities. I will zealously guard against interference in the process through which workers are permitted to decide whether to organize or not.

My goal as Governor will be to create the conditions that will encourage investment and economic activity in our state, so that we can begin creating jobs again for all Maine workers, whether union or non-union. Our problem is not that we don't have clear rules for forming a union; our problem is that Maine's economy has been at a standstill for more than a decade

Source: AFL-CIO Questionnaire on 2014 Maine Gubernatorial race Oct 16, 2013

Paul LePage: Reduce red tape for permitting for principled job creators

With LD 1, we reduced red tape, and improved our permitting process for businesses. Maine hospitals are now paid in real time for the services they provide. Principled job creators know that my administration wants to help, and my door is always open. You want to create a job; I want to be there to help.

However, let me be clear, I am not interested in helping those who increase the cost of living on Maine people for personal financial gain. Unemployment is down in Maine, lower than the national average. We are focusing our efforts on branding the State of Maine, recognizing that Maine made products embody quality and value. Government is becoming more transparent. We exposed the wasteful use of Mainers tax dollars at agencies such as the Maine Turnpike Authority and Maine State Housing Authority. We not only exposed it--we cleaned it up. We have more to do!

Source: 2013 State of the State speech to Maine Legislature Feb 5, 2013

Angus King: Keep 900 shoe factory jobs in Maine

Charlie Summers and Angus King both sought to stake out the high ground as the pro-jobs candidate.

King visited shoe factories in Madison and Skowhegan and called for continued trade protection for New Balance Athletic Shoe. "There are more than 900 jobs at stake in Maine, and it would be a terrible blow to the region and the state if these jobs are lost," said the former governor, who is running as an independent.

Cynthia Dill, the Democratic nominee, joined in afterward by issuing her own statement supporting fair trade protections for Maine workers. "There's no reason at this time to consider dropping tariffs against foreign products that compete unfairly against those produced in Maine," she said.

Summers also said New Balance and its jobs need to be protected, & that trade agreements that affect other industries need to be revisited as well. "I'm very much a supporter of free trade," Summers said. "But with companies like New Balance, you have to make sure they are able to compete."

Source: Portland Press Herald on 2012 Maine Senate debate Aug 15, 2012

Jean Hay Bright: Raise the minimum wage, then adjust it annually

The federal minimum wage is no longer a fair day’s pay for a decent day’s work. That needs to change. The federal minimum wage should be a living wage for a single adult. Since a living wage can vary greatly across the country, we may need to regionalize that minimum. And that minimum should be adjusted annually, just as Social Security is adjusted, to account for cost of living increases.
Source: Speech to Southern Maine Labor Council - Portland, Me. Mar 1, 2006

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