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Pluecker wins reelection in Maine House District 95

By Staff | Nov 03, 2020

Incumbent Rep. William Pluecker, of Warren, won his bid Nov. 3 for reelection to the Maine House of Representatives, District 95, after facing challenger Molly Luce, of Hope.

Pluecker ran as an Independent. He has said this enables him to represent the people of his district irrespective of party.

District 95 includes the towns of Appleton, Hope, Warren and part of Union.

At the State House, Pluecker serves on the Agriculture, Conservation & Forestry Committee. He has taken an active role in opposing the CMP corridor.

Pluecker has been farming with his family for 16 years and owns Hatchet Cove Farm in Warren. He and his wife, Reba, have a son and daughter.

See the chart below to find out how residents in your town voted in the election for House District 95.

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