SENATOR DAVID BURNS of Washington County
(R) Senate District 29
Washington County - Addison, Alexander, Baileyville, Baring Plantation, Beals, Beddington, Calais,
Centerville, Charlotte, Cherryfield, Codyville Plantation, Columbia, Columbia Falls, Cooper, Crawford, Cutler,
Danforth, Deblois, Dennysville, Marion Twp., No. 14 Twp., Edmunds Twp., Trescott Twp., East Machias, Eastport,
Grand Lake Stream Plantation, Harrington, Jonesboro, Jonesport, Lubec, Machias, Machiasport, Marshfield,
Meddybemps, Milbridge, No. 21 Twp., Devereaux Twp., Day Block, No. 27 Twp., Forest Twp., Forest City Twp.,
Kossuth Twp., Brookton Twp., Kilgore a/k/a T11-R3, Lambert Lake Twp., Dyer Twp., Fowler Twp., Northfield,
Passamaquoddy Indian Township, Passamaquoddy Pleasant Point, Pembroke, Perry, Princeton, Robbinston, Roque
Bluffs, Steuben, Talmadge, Topsfield, Vanceboro, Waite, Wesley, Whiting and
Hancock County- 7 SD, DTT9, T10, T3ND, Eastbrook, Franklin, Great Pond, Osborn and
Penobscot County - Carroll Plantation, Drew Plantation, Lakeville, Prentiss Twp., and Whitney Twp. a/k/a
- District Map
- Committee Membership:
Inland Fisheries and Wildlife
Government Oversight Committee
Senator David C. Burns is serving his first term in the Maine Senate,
representing District 29, which includes all of Washington County and the Hancock County towns of
East Hancock Twp., Eastbrook, Franklin, Great Pond, Osborn, Waltham and the Penobscot County Towns
of Carroll Plt., Drew Plt., Lakeville, Prentiss Twp. and Whitney Twp.
Senator Burns spent 24 years as a Maine State Trooper, retiring in 1994 as a
sergeant of detectives. Most of his state police career was devoted to investigating major crimes.
Subsequently, he embarked on a career as a private investigator. He also spent seven years running
a program for children exposed to violence and trauma.
Senator Burns and his wife, Donna, have five grown children and seven
grandchildren. Two of their sons are state troopers. Donna is originally from Jefferson.