Rep. Jeffrey Evangelos, Independent-Friendship, has been notified by the Maine Service Employees Association that he received the endorsement of public sector workers for his continued support and voting record supporting State workers during his legislative service.

In a second endorsement from another group of public employees, Evangelos was notified by the Maine Education Association (MEA) that he also received their endorsement in his bid to retain his seat in the Maine House of Representatives.

The Maine Education Association represents teachers and other school employees across the state.

In an letter received from President of the MEA Grace Leavitt, she stated "We appreciate your continued support of our students and the professionals who work in our public schools. The Legislature plays a key role in shaping what happens in our schools. Your voting record shows you consistently vote to support students and educators, and we thank you for your efforts."

Commenting on the endorsements, Evangelos said "Nothing is more important to me than honoring the work of these public servants, who are currently on the front lines laboring under incredibly difficult circumstances, coming to the aid of our youngsters and the public in general as we cope with the dangers posed by the pandemic. Every day these workers rise to the occasion at great personal risk as they educate our children and serve the people of our great State."

Representative Evangelos represents the Towns of Waldoboro, Friendship, Washington, and west Union, House District 91.