First Lady Ann LePage

Maine's First Lady, Ann LePage

Ann LePage became the First Lady of Maine when her husband Paul LePage was sworn into office as Maine’s 74th governor on January 5, 2011.   A Maine native, Ann grew up with a strong work ethic and loyalty to family.  She and Governor LePage have been married 28 years and raised their children in Maine. 

Believing family comes first, First Lady LePage has been a strong supporter of her husband’s public service throughout their married lives.  Ann took a leading role in raising money for the local booster programs.  Working a part time schedule while her children were young, Ann often says she is grateful she had the opportunity to be at home with her family and participating in their lives.  Her proudest moments are shared with her children in their achievements as successful adults.

First Lady LePage will be a passionate advocate for soldiers and military families. Caring for her mother over the past few years has heightened her awareness of elder care and its importance in our communities, as well as volunteer hours during her children’s school years has given her an inside view of where she can best serve public education initiatives in her role as first lady.

Proud to be an American and a native daughter of the beautiful state of Maine, Ann LePage is proud to fulfill her role as First Lady of Maine.

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