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State Representative District 1

In Aroostook County, the municipalities and unorganized territories of Allagash, Ashland, Eagle Lake, Fort Kent, Garfield Plantation, Nashville Plantation, Northwest Aroostook Twp. (includes T11-R14), St. Francis, St. John Plantation, Wallagrass and Winterville Plantation.

State Representative District 2

In Aroostook County, the municipalities and unorganized territories of Frenchville, Madawaska, New Canada, Perham, Portage Lake, Square Lake (includes T17-R2, T17-R3, T17-R4 a/k/a Sinclair, T17-R5, T15-R6, T16-R4 a/k/a Madawaska Lake), Saint Agatha, Stockholm and Westmanland.

State Representative District 3

In Aroostook County, the municipalities of Caswell, Connor Twp., Cyr Plantation, Grand Isle, Hamlin, Limestone, New Sweden, Van Buren and Woodland.

State Representative District 4

In Aroostook County, the municipality of Caribou.

State Representative District 5

In Aroostook County, that portion of the municipality of Presque Isle bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Presque Isle, Caribou and Washburn boundaries intersect; then east along the Presque Isle-Caribou boundary to the point where the Presque Isle, Caribou and Fort Fairfield boundaries intersect; then south along the Presque Isle-Fort Fairfield boundary to the Presque Isle-Easton boundary; then south along the Presque Isle-Easton boundary to the Presque Isle-Westfield boundary; then west along the Presque Isle-Westfield boundary to the Houlton Road; then northwest along the Houlton Road to Center Line Road; then north along Center Line Road to the Bangor and Aroostook Railroad; then northwest along the Bangor and Aroostook Railroad to the Houlton Road; then north along the Houlton Road to Main Street; then north along Main Street to State Street; then west along State Street to the Presque Isle Stream; then southwest along the Presque Isle Stream to the Presque Isle-Mapleton boundary; then north along the Presque Isle-Mapleton boundary to the Presque Isle-Washburn boundary; then north along the Presque Isle-Washburn boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 6

In Aroostook County, the municipalities of Blaine, Bridgewater, Easton, Fort Fairfield, Mars Hill and Westfield.

State Representative District 7

In Aroostook County, the municipalities and unorganized territories of Castle Hill, Central Aroostook Twp. (includes Squapan Twp., St. Croix Twp., Webbertown Twp., Dudley Twp., Cox Patent, E Plantation E R-2), Chapman, Hammond, Littleton, Mapleton, Masardis, Monticello, Oxbow, Wade, Washburn and that portion of Presque Isle bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the intersection where the Presque Isle-Westfield boundary intersects with the Houlton Road; then north along Houlton Road to Center Line Road; then north along Center Line Road to the Bangor and Aroostook Railroad; then northwest along the Bangor and Aroostook Railroad to the Houlton Road; then north along Houlton Road to Main Street; then north along Main Street to State Street; then west along State Street to the Presque Isle Stream; then southwest along the Presque Isle Stream to the Presque Isle-Mapleton boundary; then south along the Presque Isle-Mapleton boundary to the Presque Isle-Chapman boundary; then south along the Presque Isle-Chapman boundary to the Presque Isle-Westfield boundary; then east along the Presque Isle-Westfield boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 8

In Aroostook County, the municipalities of Amity, Cary Plantation, Hodgdon, Houlton and Orient.

State Representative District 9

In Aroostook County, the municipalities and unorganized territories of Bancroft, Crystal, Dyer Brook, Glenwood Plantation, Haynesville, Hersey, Island Falls, Linneus, Ludlow, Macwahoc Plantation, Merrill, Moro Plantation, New Limerick, Oakfield, Reed Plantation, Sherman, Smyrna, South Aroostook Twp. (includes Benedicta Twp., Molunkus Twp., Silver Ridge Twp., Forkstown Twp., Upper Molunkus Twp., N. Yarmouth Academy Grant Twp.), and Weston; and

In Penobscot County, the municipalities of Mount Chase, Patten, Stacyville, and that portion of North Penobscot Twp. (includes part of Indian Purchase Twp. 3, Herseytown Twp. a/k/a T2-R6, Grindstone Twp., Soldiertown Twp. a/k/a T2-R7, T6-R8) north of a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the Golden Road intersects with the Northeast Piscataquis Twp.-North Penobscot Twp. boundary; then southeast along the Golden Road until it intersects with the North Penobscot Twp.-Millinocket boundary; then north and east along the North Penobscot Twp.-Millinocket boundary until it intersects with State Route 57 (Main Street); then east along State Route 57 (Main Street) until it intersects with the North Penobscot Twp.-East Millinocket boundary; then north and east along the North Penobscot Twp.-East Millinocket boundary until it intersects with the North Penobscot Twp.-Medway boundary; then east along the North Penobscot Twp.-Medway boundary until it intersects with the North Penobscot Twp.-South Aroostook Twp. boundary.

State Representative District 10

In Penobscot County, the municipalities and unorganized territories of East Millinocket, Medway, Millinocket, and that portion of North Penobscot Twp. (includes Indian Purchase Twp. 4, Veazie Gore, Hopkins Academy Grant, Long A Twp., part of Indian Purchase Twp. 3, and part of Twp. 2 R-9) bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the Golden Road intersects with the Northeast Piscataquis Twp.-North Penobscot Twp. boundary; then south and east along the Golden Road until it intersects with the North Penobscot Twp.-Millinocket boundary; then south and east along the North Penobscot Twp.-Millinocket boundary until it intersects with State Route 57 (Main Street); then east along State Route 57 (Main Street) until it intersects with the North Penobscot Twp.-East Millinocket boundary; then south and east along the North Penobscot Twp.-East Millinocket boundary until it intersects with the North Penobscot Twp.-Medway boundary; then south along the North Penobscot Twp.-Medway boundary until it intersects with the North Penobscot Twp.-Woodville boundary; then south along the North Penobscot Twp.-Woodville boundary until it intersects with the North Penobscot Twp.-Chester boundary; then west along the North Penobscot Twp.- Chester boundary until it intersects with the southeast corner of the boundary of Census Block 4510 of Tract 029000; then along the eastern boundaries of Census Blocks 4510 and 4503 of Tract 029000; then along the northern and western boundary of Census Block 4355 of Tract 029000 until it intersects with the northeastern boundary of Census Block 4376 of Tract 029000; then west along the northern boundaries of Census Blocks 4376, 4377 and 4378 of Tract 029000 until it intersects with the boundary of Census Block 4368 of Tract 029000; then south, north and west along the boundary of Census Block 4368 of Tract 029000 until it intersects with the North Penobscot Twp.-Seboeis Plantation boundary; then west along the North Penobscot Twp.-Seboeis Plantation boundary until it intersects with the North Penobscot Twp.-Lakeview Plantation boundary; then north along the North Penobscot Twp.-Lakeview Plantation boundary until it intersects with the North Penobscot Twp.-Northeast Piscataquis Twp. boundary; then north and continuing along the North Penobscot Twp.-Northeast Piscataquis Twp. boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 11

In Penobscot County, the municipalities and unorganized territories of Burlington, Carroll Plantation, Chester, Drew Plantation, East Central Penobscot Twp. (includes Grand Falls Twp., Greenfield, Summit Twp. a/k/a 1 ND), Kingman Twp., Lakeville, Lee, Lowell, Mattawamkeag, Passadumkeag, Prentiss Twp., Springfield, Twombly Twp. a/k/a Twp. 3-R1, Webster Plantation, Whitney Twp. a/k/a Twp. 5-R1, Winn and Woodville; and

In Washington County, the municipalities and unorganized territories of Codyville Plantation, Danforth, Grand Lake Stream Plantation, Princeton, Talmadge, Topsfield, Vanceboro and Waite, and that portion of North Washington Twp. (includes Brookton Twp., Forest City Twp., Kossuth Twp., Lambert Lake Twp., No. 21 Twp., No. 27 Twp., and part of Day Block and Devereaux Twps.) north of State Route 9 from the North Washington Twp.-East Hancock Twp. boundary to the North Washington Twp.-Crawford boundary; and

In Hancock County, the portion of East Hancock Twp. (includes T3 ND) north of State Route 9 from the East Hancock Twp.-Aurora boundary to the East Hancock Twp.-Beddington boundary.

State Representative District 12

In Penobscot County, the municipalities and unorganized territories of Edinburgh, Enfield, Howland, Lincoln, Maxfield, Seboeis Plantation and that portion of North Penobscot Twp. (includes Mattamiscontis Twp., Twp. 2-R8 and part of Twp. 2-R9) bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the southeast boundary of Seboeis Plantation intersects with the North Penobscot Twp. boundary; then north along the Seboeis Plantation-North Penobscot Twp. boundary until it intersects with the boundary of Census Block 4368 of Tract 029000; then northeast along the boundary of Census Block 4368 of Tract 029000 until it intersects with the northern boundary of Census Block 4378 of Tract 029000; then east along the northern boundaries of Census Blocks 4378, 4377 and 4376 of Tract 029000 until it intersects with the boundary of Census Block 4355 of Tract 029000; then east, north and continuing along the boundary of Census Block 4355 of Tract 029000 until it intersects with the boundary of Census Block 4503 of Tract 029000; then south along the eastern boundaries of Census Blocks 4503 and 4510 of Tract 029000 until it intersects with Census Block 4510 of Tract 029000-Chester boundary; then west along Census Block 4510 of Tract 029000-Chester boundary until it intersects with Census Block 4355 of Tract 029000-Chester boundary; then south and east along the Chester boundary until it intersects with the Penobscot River-North Penobscot Twp. boundary; then southwest along the Penobscot River-North Penobscot Twp. boundary until it intersects with the North Penobscot Twp.-Howland boundary; then northwest along the North Penobscot Twp.-Howland boundary until it intersects with the North Penobscot Twp.-Maxfield boundary; then northeast along the North Penobscot Twp.-Maxfield boundary until it intersects with the Seboeis Plantation boundary; then east along the Seboeis Plantation boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 13

In Penobscot County, the municipalities of Alton, Argyle Twp., Bradford, Greenbush, Hudson, Lagrange and Milford.

State Representative District 14

In Penobscot County, the municipalities of Old Town and Penobscot Indian Island a/k/a Penobscot Nation Voting District.

State Representative District 15

In Penobscot County, that portion of the municipality of Bangor bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the intersection of Union Street and the Hermon boundary; then southeast along Union Street to Cottage Street; then north along Cottage Street to Ohio Street; then east along Ohio Street to Hammond Street; then east along Hammond Street to Main Street; then south along Main Street to Union Street; then east along Union Street to the Penobscot River; then south along the Penobscot River to the Hampden boundary; then west along the Hampden boundary to the Hermon boundary; then north along the Hermon boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 16

In Penobscot County, that portion of the municipality of Bangor bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the intersection of Union Street and the Hermon boundary; then southeast along Union Street to Cottage Street; then north along Cottage Street to Ohio Street; then east along Ohio Street to Hammond Street; then east along Hammond Street to Main Street; then south along Main Street to Union Street; then east along Union Street to the Penobscot River; then north along the Penobscot River to a point just north of Oak Street and the U.S. Highway 1A bridge; then west along a straight line from that point to Washington Street; then north along Washington Street to Hancock Street; then east along Hancock Street to Boyd Street; then north along Boyd Street to Forest Avenue; then north along Forest Avenue to Somerset Street; then west along Somerset Street to Center Street; then north along Center Street to Spring Street; then west along Spring Street to Newton Street; then north along Newton Street to Market Street; then north along Market Street to Division Street; then south along Division Street to Kenduskeag Avenue; then north along Kenduskeag Avenue to Whitney Street; then west along Whitney Street to its ending point; then west along a straight line from the end of Whitney Street to the Kenduskeag Stream; then northwest along the Kenduskeag Stream to Finson Road; then north along Finson Road to Broadway; then north along Broadway to the Glenburn boundary; then west along the Glenburn boundary to the Hermon boundary; then south along the Hermon boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 17

In Penobscot County, that portion of the municipality of Bangor bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the intersection of Broadway and the Glenburn boundary; then south along Broadway to Finson Road; then south along Finson Road to the Kenduskeag Stream; then southeast along the Kenduskeag Stream to a point near the end of Whitney Street; then east along a straight line from that point to Whitney Street; then east along Whitney Street to Kenduskeag Avenue; then south along Kenduskeag Avenue to Division Street; then north along Division Street to Market Street; then south along Market Street to Newton Street; then south along Newton Street to Spring Street; then east along Spring Street to Center Street; then south along Center Street to Somerset Street; then east along Somerset Street to Elm Street; then north along Elm Street to Milford Street; then west along Milford Street to Essex Street; then north along Essex Street to the Orono boundary; then west along the Orono boundary to the Glenburn boundary; then west along the Glenburn boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 18

In Penobscot County, portions of the municipalities of Bangor and Orono, and all of Veazie bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning in Bangor at the intersection of Essex Street and the Orono boundary; then south along Essex Street in Bangor to Milford Street; then east along Milford Street to Elm Street; then south along Elm Street to Somerset Street; then east along Somerset Street to Forest Avenue; then south along Forest Avenue to Boyd Street; then south along Boyd Street to Hancock Street; then west along Hancock Street to Washington Street; then south along Washington Street to a point just north of Oak Street and the U.S. Highway 1A bridge; then south along a straight line from that point to the Penobscot River; then north along the Penobscot River to the Veazie-Orono boundary; then northwest along the Veazie-Orono boundary to Stillwater Avenue; then north along Stillwater Avenue through Orono to Interstate 95; then north along Interstate 95 to the Old Town boundary; then west along the Old Town-Orono boundary to the Glenburn boundary; then south along the Glenburn-Orono boundary to the Bangor-Orono boundary; then east along the Bangor-Orono boundary to the beginning point.  

State Representative District 19

In Penobscot County, that portion of the municipality of Orono described as follows: Beginning at the point where Interstate 95 intersects with the Orono-Old Town boundary; then easterly along the Orono-Old Town boundary until it intersects with the Orono-Bradley boundary; then south along the Orono-Bradley boundary until it intersects with the Orono-Eddington Boundary; then south along the Orono-Eddington boundary until that point where the Orono-Eddington-Veazie boundaries intersect; then west along the Orono-Veazie boundary until it intersects with Stillwater Avenue; then north along Stillwater Avenue until it intersects with Interstate 95; then northwest along Interstate 95 to the beginning point.

State Representative District 20

In Penobscot County, the municipalities of Bradley, Clifton, Eddington, Holden, and that portion of Brewer bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at that point where the Brewer-Veazie and Eddington boundaries intersect; then southeast along the Brewer-Eddington boundary to the point where the Brewer-Eddington-Holden boundaries intersect; then southwest along the Holden-Brewer boundary until it intersects with Eaton Brook; then northwest along Eaton Brook until it intersects with Lambert Road; then west along Lambert Road until it intersects with Day Road; then north along Day Road until it intersects with North Main Street; then southeast along North Main Street until it intersects with Eaton Brook; then north along Eaton Brook to the Penobscot River; then northwest along the Penobscot River to the beginning point; and

In Hancock County, the municipality of Dedham.

State Representative District 21

In Penobscot County, that portion of the municipality of Brewer bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where North Main Street and Day Road intersect; then south along Day Road until it  intersects with Lambert Road; then east along Lambert Road until it intersects with Eaton Brook; then south along Eaton Brook until it intersects with the Brewer-Holden boundary; then south along the Brewer-Holden boundary until it intersects with the Brewer-Orrington boundary; then west along the Brewer-Orrington boundary until it intersects with the Brewer-Hampden boundary; then north along the Brewer-Hampden boundary until it intersects with the Brewer-Bangor boundary; then north along the Brewer-Bangor boundary until it intersects with the Brewer-Veazie boundary; then east along the Brewer-Veazie boundary until it intersects with the Brewer-Eddington boundary; then south along the Brewer-Eddington boundary until it intersects with the Brewer side of the Penobscot River; then southwest along the Penobscot River until it intersects with Eaton Brook; then south along Eaton Brook until it intersects with North Main Street; then northwest along North Main Street until the beginning point.

State Representative District 22

In Penobscot County, the municipalities of Glenburn, Kenduskeag, Levant and that portion of the municipality of Corinth south and east of a line described as follows:  Beginning at the intersection of the Ledge Hill Road and the Corinth-Exeter boundary; then southeast along Ledge Hill Road until it intersects with Pierre Paul Brook; then northeast along Pierre Paul Brook until it intersects with the Kenduskeag Stream; then northeast along the Kenduskeag Stream until it intersects with West Corinth Road; then northeast along West Corinth Road until it intersects with State Route 15; then southeast along State Route 15 until it intersects with White Schoolhouse Road; then northeast along White Schoolhouse Road until it intersects with Tate Road; then north along Tate Road until it intersects with Bear Brook; then northwest along Bear Brook until it intersects with the Corinth-Charleston boundary.

State Representative District 23

In Penobscot County, the municipalities of Carmel, Etna, Hermon and Stetson.

State Representative District 24

In Penobscot County, the municipalities of Charleston, Dexter and Garland; and

In Somerset County, the municipalities of Athens, Harmony and Ripley.

State Representative District 25

In Penobscot County, the municipalities of Corinna, Exeter, Newport, Plymouth and that portion of the municipality of Corinth bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the intersection of the Ledge Hill Road and the Corinth-Exeter boundary; then southeast along Ledge Hill Road until it intersects with Pierre Paul Brook; then northeast along Pierre Paul Brook until it intersects with the Kenduskeag Stream; then northeast along the Kenduskeag Stream until it intersects with West Corinth Road; then northeast along West Corinth Road until it intersects with State Route 15; then southeast along State Route 15 until it intersects with White Schoolhouse Road; then northeast along White Schoolhouse Road until it intersects with Tate Road; then north along Tate Road until it intersects with Bear Brook; then north along Bear Brook until it intersects with the Corinth-Charleston boundary; then west along the Corinth-Charleston boundary until it intersects with the Corinth-Exeter boundary; then south along the Corinth-Exeter boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 26

In Piscataquis County, the municipalities and unorganized territories of Atkinson, Dover-Foxcroft, Lake View Plantation, Medford, Milo, Sangerville and Southeast Piscataquis Twp. a/k/a Orneville Twp.

State Representative District 27

In Piscataquis County, the municipalities and unorganized territories of Abbot, Beaver Cove, Blanchard Twp., Bowerbank, Brownville, Greenville, Guilford, Kingsbury Plantation, Monson, Northeast Piscataquis Twp. (includes T1-R9, Trout Brook Twp., Nesowadnehunk Twp., Mount Katahdin Twp., Rainbow Twp., Frenchtown Twp., Shawtown Twp., Bowdoin College Grant, Elliottsville Twp., Katahdin Iron Works Twp., Barnard Twp., Williamsburg Twp.), Northwest Piscataquis Twp. (includes Big Moose Twp., Little Moose Twp., Lily Bay Twp., Eagle Lake Twp., Soper Mountain Twp., Chesuncook Twp., Northeast Carry Twp., Lobster Twp., Days Academy Grant Twp., East Middlesex Canal Grant, Spencer Bay Twp.), Parkman, Sebec, Shirley and Willimantic; and

In Somerset County, the municipality of Cambridge.

State Representative District 28

In Somerset County, the municipalities of Canaan, Cornville, Hartland, Palmyra and St. Albans.

State Representative District 29

In Somerset County, the municipalities of Detroit and Pittsfield; and

In Kennebec County, the municipality of Clinton.

State Representative District 30

In Hancock County, the municipalities and unorganized territories of Amherst, Aurora, Eastbrook, Franklin, Great Pond, Mariaville, Northwest Hancock Twp. a/k/a T32 MD, Osborn and that portion of East Hancock Twp. (includes 7 S.D., DTT9, T10) described as follows: south of State Route 9 from the East Hancock Twp.-Aurora boundary to the East Hancock Twp.-Beddington boundary; and 

In Washington County, the municipalities and unorganized territories of Alexander, Beddington, Centerville, Cooper, Crawford, Deblois, Dennysville, East Machias, Jonesboro, Marshfield, Meddybemps, Northfield, Pembroke, Wesley, Whitneyville,

and that portion of East Central Washington Twp. (includes Marion Twp., No. 14 Twp., Edmunds Twp.) west of a line beginning at the intersection of the East Central Washington Twp.-Whiting boundary; then north along the shoreline beginning at the East Central Washington Twp.-Whiting boundary; then following the shoreline from Whiting Bay to Dennys Bay; then along the shoreline to the East Central Washington Twp.-Dennysville boundary; 

and that portion of North Washington Twp. (includes p/o Days Block and p/o Devereaux Twp.) south of State Route 9 beginning at the point where State Route 9 intersects with the North Washington Twp.-Beddington boundary; then east along State Route 9 to the North Washington Twp.-Wesley boundary.

State Representative District 31

In Washington County, the municipalities and unorganized territories of Baileyville, Baring, Calais, Charlotte, Passamaquoddy Indian Township, Passamaquoddy Pleasant Point, Perry, Robbinston and that portion of North Washington Twp. described as follows:  Beginning at that point where the Waite boundary intersects with the northwest boundary of Census Block 1217 of Tract 955100; then northeast along the boundary of Census Block 1217 of Tract 955100 to its intersection with Census Block 1215 of Tract 955100; then east along the boundary of Census Block 1215 of Tract 955100, to its intersection with the northwest boundary of Census Block 1211 of Tract 955100; then along the boundary of Census Block 1211 of Tract 955100 until its intersection with Census Block 1238 of Tract 955100; then along the boundary of Census Block 1238 of Tract 955100 until its intersection with the Atlantic Ocean; then southwest along the shoreline until it intersects with the North Washington Twp.-Passamaquoddy Indian Township boundary; then north along the North Washington Twp.-Passamaquoddy Indian Township boundary until it intersects with the North Washington Twp.-Waite boundary; then north along the North Washington Twp.-Waite boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 32

In Washington County, the municipalities and unorganized territories of Cutler, Eastport, Lubec, Machias,  Machiasport, Roque Bluffs, Whiting and that portion of East Central Washington Twp. (includes Trescott Twp.) east of a line beginning at the intersection of the East Central Washington Twp.-Whiting boundary; then north along the shoreline beginning at the East Central Washington Twp.-Whiting boundary; then following the shoreline from Whiting Bay to Dennys Bay; then along the shoreline to the East Central Washington Twp.-Dennysville boundary.

Amended 1/8/04

State Representative District 33

In Washington County, the municipalities of Addison, Beals, Cherryfield, Columbia, Columbia Falls, Harrington, Jonesport, Milbridge and Steuben.

State Representative District 34

In Hancock County, the municipalities and unorganized territories of Central Hancock Twp. a/k/a T8 S.D., Gouldsboro, Hancock, Lamoine, Sorrento, Sullivan, Waltham and Winter Harbor.

State Representative District 35

In Hancock County, the municipalities and unorganized territories of Bar Harbor, Cranberry Isles, Southwest Harbor and that portion of the municipality of Mount Desert northeast of a line running along Oak Hill Road beginning at the point where it intersects with the Mount Desert-Bar Harbor boundary; then south and east along Oak Hill Road until it intersects with Main Street; then southeast along a straight line from the intersection of Oak Hill Road and Main Street to Somes Harbor;

also that portion of Mount Desert on the east side of Somes Harbor and Somes Sound, from the point where Main Street and Babson Creek intersect with the Mount Desert-Bar Harbor boundary; then east to the Atlantic Ocean, and including Sheep Island and other islands that are part of Mount Desert in Somes Harbor.

State Representative District 36

In Hancock County, the municipalities of Brooklin, Deer Isle, Frenchboro, Stonington, Swan's Island, Tremont and that portion of Mount Desert west of Somes Harbor and Somes Sound, and south of a line running along Oak Hill Road beginning at the point where it intersects with the Mount Desert-Bar Harbor boundary; then south and east along Oak Hill Road until it intersects with Main Street; then southeast along a straight line from the intersection of Oak Hill Road and Main Street to Somes Harbor; and

In Knox County, the municipalities of Isle au Haut, North Haven and Vinalhaven.

State Representative District 37

In Hancock County, the municipalities of Blue Hill, Brooksville, Castine, Penobscot, Sedgwick and Surry.

State Representative District 38

In Hancock County, the municipalities of Ellsworth, Otis and Trenton.

State Representative District 39

In Penobscot County, the municipalities of Dixmont, Hampden and Newburgh.

State Representative District 40

In Penobscot County, the municipality of Orrington; and

In Hancock County, the municipality of Bucksport.

State Representative District 41

In Hancock County, the municipalities of Orland and Verona; and

In Waldo County, the municipalities of Frankfort, Prospect, Searsport and Stockton Springs.

State Representative District 42

In Waldo County, the municipalities of Brooks, Jackson, Monroe, Swanville, Waldo and Winterport.

State Representative District 43

In Waldo County, the municipalities of Belfast, Belmont and Northport.

State Representative District 44

In Waldo County, the municipalities of Isleboro, Liberty, Lincolnville, Morrill and Searsmont; and

In Knox County, the municipalities of Appleton and Hope.

State Representative District 45

In Waldo County, the municipalities of Burnham, Freedom, Knox, Montville, Palermo, Thorndike, Troy and Unity.

State Representative District 46

In Knox County, the municipalities of Camden and Rockport.

State Representative District 47

In Knox County, the municipalities of Rockland and that portion of Owl's Head bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the Rockland-Owl's Head boundary intersects with Weskey Road; then south on Weskey Road until it intersects with Ingraham Lane; then south along Ingraham Lane until it intersects with Ingraham Drive; then south along Ingraham Drive until it intersects with Weskeag Road; then south on Weskeag Road until it intersects with North Shore Drive; then west on North Shore Drive until it intersects with Ash Point Drive; then south on Ash Point Drive until it intersects with Smalls Lane; then south on Smalls Lane to its ending point; then south along a straight line from the end of Smalls Lane to the beginning point of Benner Lane; then south on Benner Lane until it intersects with Ash Point Drive; then south on Ash Point Drive until it intersects with South Shore Drive; then northeast on South Shore Drive until it intersects with Birchmont Road; then south on Birchmont Road until intersects with Bellevue Street; then east on Bellevue Street until it intersects with Treasure Island Lane; then south on Treasure Island Lane until its ending point; then south along a straight line from the ending point of Treasure Island Lane to the Atlantic Ocean; then east along the Atlantic Ocean shoreline, including the islands adjacent to this line, until it intersects with the Owl's Head-Rockland Boundary; then west along the Owl's Head-Rockland boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 48

In Knox County, the municipalities of Criehaven Twp., Matinicus Isle Plantation, South Thomaston, St. George, Thomaston and that portion of Owl's Head bounded by a line described as follows: Beginning at the point where the Owl's Head-Rockland boundary intersects with the Weskey Road; then west along the Owl's Head-Rockland boundary until it intersects with the Owl's Head-South Thomaston boundary; then south along the Owl's Head-South Thomaston boundary until it intersects with the Atlantic Ocean; then south and east along the Atlantic Ocean shoreline, including any islands adjacent to this line, until it intersects with a point nearest the end of Treasure Island Lane; then north along a straight line from that point nearest the end of Treasure Island Lane until it intersects with Treasure Island Lane; then north along Treasure Island Lane until it intersects with Bellevue Street; then west along Bellevue Street until it intersects with Birchmont Road; then north along Birchmont Road until it intersects with South Shore Drive; then southwest along South Shore Drive until it intersects with Ash Point Drive; then north along Ash Point Drive until it intersects with Benner Lane; then north along Benner Lane to its ending point; then north along a straight line from the ending point of Benner Lane until it intersects with Smalls Lane; then north along Smalls Lane until it intersects with Ash Point Drive; then north along Ash Point Drive until it intersects with North Shore Drive; then west along North Shore Drive until it intersects with Weskeag Road; then north along Weskeag Road until it intersects with Ingraham Drive; then north along Ingraham Drive until it intersects with Ingraham Lane; then north along Ingraham Lane until it intersects with Weskey Road; then north along Weskey Road to the beginning point.

State Representative District 49

In Knox County, the municipalities of Cushing, Friendship, Union and Warren.

State Representative District 50

In Lincoln County, the municipalities of Bremen, Nobleboro and Waldoboro;

and that portion of Jefferson bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where North Mountain Road intersects the Jefferson-Somerville boundary;  then southeast along the Jefferson-Somerville boundary to the Jefferson-Washington boundary; then southeast and south along the Jefferson-Washington boundary to the Jefferson-Waldoboro boundary; then west and south along the Jefferson-Waldoboro boundary to the Jefferson-Nobleboro boundary; then west along the Jefferson-Nobleboro boundary to Damariscotta Lake; then north and west along the eastern shoreline of Damariscotta Lake to a point just southwest of the ending point of an unnamed street south of Dockside Lane and north of the point where Fish Avenue turns to the northeast; then northeast along a straight line to the ending point of the unnamed street; then northeast along the unnamed street to Fish Avenue; then north along Fish Avenue to Waldoboro Road; then west along Waldoboro Road to Augusta Road; then northwest on Augusta Road to North Mountain Road; then northeast on North Mountain Road to the beginning point.

State Representative District 51

In Lincoln County, the municipalities of Bristol, Damariscotta, Edgecomb, Monhegan Plantation, Newcastle, and South Bristol.

State Representative District 52

In Kennebec County, the municipality of Chelsea; and

In Knox County, the municipality of Washington; and

In Lincoln County, the municipalities and unorganized territories of Hibberts Gore, Somerville, Whitefield and that portion of Jefferson bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the Jefferson-Windsor-Somerville boundaries intersect; then southeast along the Jefferson-Somerville boundary until it intersects with North Mountain Road; then southwest along North Mountain Road until it intersects with Augusta Road; then southeast along Augusta Road until it intersects with Waldoboro Road; then east along Waldoboro Road until it intersects with Fish Avenue; then south along Fish Avenue until it intersects with an unnamed road south of Dockside Lane (and north of the point where Fish Avenue turns to the northeast); then southwest along the unnamed road to its ending point; then southwest along a straight line from the end of the unnamed road to Damariscotta Lake; then east and south around Damariscotta Lake to the Jefferson-Nobleboro boundary; then south along the Jefferson-Nobleboro boundary to the Jefferson-Newcastle boundary; then west along the Jefferson-Newcastle boundary to the Jefferson-Alna boundary; then north and west along the Jefferson-Alna boundary to the Jefferson-Whitefield boundary; then north along the Jefferson-Whitefield boundary to the Jefferson-Windsor boundary; then northeast along the Jefferson-Windsor boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 53

In Kennebec County, the municipality of Pittston; and

In Lincoln County, the municipalities of Alna, Desden and Wiscasset.

State Representative District 54

In Kennebec County, the municipalities of Winslow and that portion of Benton bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at a point on Bridge Street (east of the Benton-Fairfield boundary and west of both sides of Crummett Street) where Bridge Street intersects with the eastern shoreline of the Kennebec River; then east along Bridge Street until it intersects with Neck Road; then east along Neck Road until it intersects with State Route 11; then north along State Route 11 until it intersects with Sebasticook Bridge Road; then east along Sebasticook Bridge Road until it intersects with the Sebasticook River; then south along the Sebasticook River until it intersects with the Benton-Winslow boundary; then west along the Benton-Winslow boundary until it intersects with the eastern shoreline of the Kennebec River; then north along the eastern shoreline of the Kennebec River to the beginning point.

State Representative District 55

In Kennebec County, the municipalities of Albion, China, Unity Twp. and that portion of Benton north and west of a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Bridge Street intersects with the eastern shoreline of the Kennebec River; then east along Bridge Street until it intersects with Neck Road; then east along Neck Road until it intersects with State Route 11; then north along State Route 11 until it intersects with Sebasticook Bridge Road; then east along Sebasticook Bridge Road until it intersects with the Sebasticook River; then south along the Sebasticook River until it intersects with the Benton-Winslow boundary; then east along the Benton-Winslow boundary until it intersects with the Benton-Albion boundary.

State Representative District 56

In Kennebec County, that portion of the municipality of Augusta bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at that point where Western Avenue intersects with Interstate 95; then east along Western Avenue until it intersects with Orchard Street; then south along Orchard Street until it intersects with Savoie Street; then east along Savoie Street until it intersects with Worcester Street; then south along Worcester Street until it intersects with Alden Avenue; then east along Alden Avenue until it intersects with Capitol Street; then east along Capitol Street until it intersects with Ganneston Drive; then south along Ganneston Drive until it intersects with Alton Road; then east along Alton Road until it intersects with Town and Country Road; then north along Town and Country Road until it intersects with Capitol Street; then east along Capitol Street until it intersects with Gage Street; then north along Gage Street until it intersects with US Route 201; then east along US Route 201 until it crosses the Kennebec River; then north along the Kennebec River until it intersects with new bridge (north of Drum Barker Road); then east from new bridge along new section of Route 3 until it intersects with Riverside Drive; then south along Riverside Drive until it intersects with Longwood Avenue; then east along Longwood Avenue until it intersects with Pinehurst Street; then south along Pinehurst Street until it intersects with North Belfast Avenue; then east along North Belfast Avenue until it intersects with Weeks Mills Road; then east along Weeks Mills Road until it intersects with the Augusta-Windsor boundary; then south along the Augusta-Windsor boundary until it intersects with the Augusta-Whitefield boundary; then south along the Augusta-Whitefield boundary until it intersects with the Augusta-Chelsea boundary; then west along the Augusta-Chelsea boundary until it intersects with Interstate 95; then north along Interstate 95 to the beginning point.

State Representative District 57

In Kennebec County, that portion of the municipality of Augusta bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the Augusta, Manchester and Sidney boundaries intersect; then east along the Augusta-Sidney boundary until it intersects with the Kennebec River; then south along the Kennebec River until it intersects with US Highway 201; then southwest along US Highway 201 until it intersects with Gage Street; then south along Gage Street until it intersects with Capitol Street; then west along Capitol Street until it intersects with Town and Country Road; then south along Town and Country Road until it intersects with Alton Road; then west along Alton Road until it intersects with Ganneston Drive; then north along Ganneston Drive until it intersects with Capitol Street; then west along Capitol Street until it intersects with Alden Avenue; then northwest along Alden Avenue until it intersects with Worcester Street; then north along Worcester Street until it intersects with Savoie Street; then west along Savoie Street until it intersects with Orchard Street; then north along Orchard Street until it intersects with Western Avenue; then west along Western Avenue until it intersects with Interstate 95; then south along Interstate 95 until it intersects with the Augusta-Hallowell boundary; then west along the Augusta-Hallowell boundary until it intersects with the Augusta-Manchester boundary; then north along the Augusta-Manchester boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 58

In Kennebec County, the municipalities of Vassalboro, Windsor and that portion of the municipality of Augusta bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the Augusta, Sidney and Vassalboro boundaries intersect; then east along the Augusta-Vassalboro boundary until it intersects with the Augusta-Windsor boundary; then south along the Augusta-Windsor boundary until it intersects with the Weeks Mills Road; then west along the Weeks Mills Road until it intersects with North Belfast Avenue; then southwest along North Belfast Avenue until it intersects with Pinehurst Street; then north along Pinehurst Street until it intersects with Longwood Avenue; then west along Longwood Avenue until it intersects with Riverside Drive; then north along Riverside Drive until it intersects with new section of Route 3 (north of Drum Barker Road); then west along new section of Route 3 to new third bridge; then north along the Kennebec River until it intersects with the beginning point.

State Representative District 59

In Kennebec County, the municipalities of Gardiner and Randolph.

State Representative District 60

In Sagadahoc County, that portion of the municipality of Topsham bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the Topsham-Bowdoin-Bowdoinham boundaries intersect; then east along the Topsham-Bowdoinham boundary until it intersects with the Topsham-Bath boundary; then south along the Topsham-Bath boundary until it intersects with the Topsham-Brunswick boundary; then south along the Topsham-Brunswick boundary until it intersects with a point in the Androscoggin River immediately south of Freyee Islands; then west along a straight line until it intersects with a point on the Androscoggin River shoreline in Topsham that is near the intersection of West Bay Bridge Road and Foreside Road; then south along the shoreline until it intersects with a point nearest the eastern end of Adeas Lane; then west along a straight line to the ending point of Adeas Lane; then west along Adeas Lane until it intersects with Foreside Road; then southwest along Foreside Road until it intersects with White Street; then north along White Street until it intersects with Old Farm Road / Alan Street; then northeast along Alan Street to Arbor Avenue; then northwest along Arbor Avenue to Middlesex Road; then southwest on Middlesex Road to Telford Road; then north on Telford Road to Maine Central Railroad; then south on Maine Central Railroad to the point where it intersects with the Androscoggin River; then east along the Androscoggin River shoreline to Route 196; then south along Route 196 to the Topsham-Brunswick boundary; then west and north along the Topsham-Brunswick boundary to the Topsham-Durham boundary; then northwest along the Topsham-Durham boundary to the Topsham-Lisbon boundary; then northeast along the Topsham-Lisbon boundary to the Topsham-Bowdoin boundary; then east on the Topsham-Bowdoin boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 61

In Sagadahoc County, the municipalities of Arrowsic and Georgetown;  and

In Lincoln County, the municipalities of Boothbay, Boothbay Harbor, Southport and Westport Island.

State Representative District 62

In Sagadahoc County, that portion of the municipality of Bath north of a line described as follows:  Beginning at a point in the northern end of Lily Pond; then northeast from that point along an unnamed trail or street until it intersects with High Street; then south along High Street to Rose Street; then east along Rose Street to Washington Street; then north along Washington Street to King Street; then east along King Street to Water Street; then north along Water Street to Maine Central Railroad; then east along Maine Central Railroad to the shoreline of the Kennebec River.

State Representative District 63

In Cumberland County, that portion of the municipality of Brunswick bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Old Portland Road intersects the Brunswick-Freeport boundary; then northeast on Old Portland Road to Grant Road; then south on Grant Road to Hillside Road; then east on Hillside Road to Greenwood Road; then southeast on Greenwood Road to an unnamed street; then south on the unnamed street to Church Road; then southwest on Church Road to Woodside Road; then southeast on Woodside Road to Pleasant Hill Road; then northeast on Pleasant Hill Road to Baribeau Drive; then north on Baribeau Drive to McKeen Street; then east on McKeen Street to Maine Street; then north on Maine Street to No Name Street; then south on No Name Street to Bath Road; then east on Bath Road to Brunswick-Brunswick Naval Air Station boundary; then east and then south along Brunswick-Brunswick Naval Air Station boundary to Gurnet Road; then south along Gurnet Road to Brunswick-Brunswick Naval Air Station boundary; then south and following along the Brunswick-Brunswick Naval Air Station boundary to an unnamed road; then southeast on the unnamed road to Brunswick-Brunswick Naval Air Station boundary; then south along Brunswick-Brunswick Naval Air Station boundary to Mere Brook; then south on Mere Brook to Coombs Road; then southeast on Coombs Road to Brunswick-Brunswick Naval Air Station boundary; then southeast along Brunswick-Brunswick Naval Air Station boundary to a stream running parallel to Gurnet Road; then south along the stream to a coastal inlet; then south along the shoreline to Brunswick-Brunswick Naval Air Station boundary; then southwest along the Brunswick-Brunswick Naval Air Station boundary to that portion of Casco Bay near Mere Brook; then west along the shoreline of Casco Bay to Brunswick-Brunswick Naval Air Station boundary; then west on Brunswick-Brunswick Naval Air Station boundary to Harpswell Road; then south on Harpswell Road to the Brunswick-Harpswell boundary; then north on the Brunswick-Harpswell boundary to the shoreline of Casco Bay; then northwest and following along the shoreline to the Brunswick-Freeport boundary; then northwest on the Brunswick-Freeport boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 64

In Cumberland County, the municipality of Harpswell;

and in Sagadahoc County, the municipalities of Phippsburg and that portion of West Bath bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Witch Spring Road intersects with Berrys Mills Road; then south on Berrys Mills Road to Campbell Pond Road; then north on Campbell Pond Road to the West Bath-Bath boundary; then southeast on the West Bath-Bath boundary to the West Bath-Phippsburg boundary; then southwest on the West Bath-Phippsburg boundary to the shoreline; then following the shoreline to a point on the shoreline southwest of the ending point of Bull Rock Road; then along a straight line to the ending point of Bull Rock Road; then northeast along Bull Rock Road to its intersection with Witch Spring Road; then west on Witch Spring Road to an unnamed road (west of Tower Road and east of Reno S Bluff); then south and west on the unnamed road to Witch Spring Road; then west on Witch Spring Road to the beginning point.

State Representative District 65

In Cumberland County, that portion of the municipality of Brunswick bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Maine Central Railroad intersects the Brunswick-Topsham boundary; then south on Maine Central Railroad to U.S. Highway 1; then southeast on U.S. Highway 1 to Thomas Point Road; then southeast on Thomas Point Road to unnamed road; then south on unnamed road to Maine Central Railroad; then west on Maine Central Railroad to D Street; then south on D Street to Bath Road; then east on Bath Road to Fitch Avenue; then south on Fitch Avenue to Brunswick-Brunswick Naval Air Station boundary; then east, south and following along the Brunswick-Brunswick Naval Air Station boundary to Gurnet Road; then southeast on Gurnet Road to Brunswick-Brunswick Naval Air Station boundary; then starting south and following along Brunswick-Brunswick Naval Air Station boundary to an unnamed road; then southeast along unnamed road to Brunswick-Brunswick Naval Air Station boundary; then southwest on Brunswick-Brunswick Naval Air Station boundary to Mere Brook; then south on Mere Brook to Coombs Road; then southeast on Coombs Road to Brunswick-Brunswick Naval Air Station boundary; then southeast on Brunswick-Brunswick Naval Air Station boundary to a stream running parallel to Gurnet Road; then south along the stream to an inlet; then southeast along the shoreline of the inlet and then following the shoreline, including islands, to the Brunswick-West Bath boundary; then north on the Brunswick-West Bath boundary to the Brunswick-Bath boundary; then north and then west on the Brunswick-Bath boundary to the Brunswick-Topsham boundary; then southwest on the Brunswick-Topsham boundary to the beginning point;

and in Sagadahoc County, the municipalities of Woolwich and that portion of Bath described as follows: Beginning at the point where Washington Street intersects with King Street; then east on King Street to Water Street; then north on Water Street to Maine Central Railroad; then east on Maine Central Railroad to the Kennebec River; then south along the Kennebec River shoreline to the Bath-Phippsburg boundary; then southwest along the Bath-Phippsburg boundary to the Bath-West Bath boundary; then north along the Bath-West Bath boundary to a point in Lily Pond west of the ending point of an unnamed street or vehicle trail; then east along the unnamed street or vehicle trail to High Street; then south on High Street to Rose Street; then east on Rose Street to Washington Street; then north on Washington Street to the beginning point;

and that portion of Topsham bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Maine Central Railroad intersects the Topsham-Brunswick boundary; then north along Maine Central Railroad to Telford Road; then southeast on Telford Road to Middlesex Road; then northeast on Middlesex Road to Arbor Avenue; then southeast on Arbor Avenue to Old Farm Road (Alan Street); then southwest on Old Farm Road (Alan Street) to White Street; then south on White Street to Foreside Road; then southeast and northeast on Foreside Road to Adeas Lane; then southeast on Adeas Lane to the Androscoggin River shoreline; then north along the Androscoggin River shoreline to a point just north of Mustard Island; then east from that point on the shoreline to the Topsham-Brunswick boundary; then southwest along the Topsham-Brunswick boundary to the beginning point;

and that portion of West Bath bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the West Bath-Brunswick-Bath boundaries intersect; then southeast on the West Bath-Bath boundary to Campbell Pond Road; then southwest on Campbell Pond Road to Berrys Mills Road; then north on Berrys Mills Road to Witch Spring Road; then west on Witch Spring Road to an unnamed road (west of Tower Road and east of Reno S Bluff); then southwest and then northwest on the unnamed road to Witch Spring Road; then west on Witch Spring Road to Bull Rock Road; then west and southwest on Bull Rock Road to its ending point; then southwest along a straight line from the end of Bull Rock Road to a point on the shoreline; then northeast along the shoreline to the West Bath-Brunswick boundary; then north on the West Bath-Brunswick boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 66

In Cumberland County, that portion of the municipality of Brunswick described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the Brunswick-Durham-Topsham boundaries intersect; then southeast on the Brunswick-Topsham boundary to Maine Central Railroad; then south on Maine Central Railroad to US Highway 1; then southeast on US Highway 1 to Thomas Point Road; then southeast on Thomas Point Road to its ending point; then south from the ending point of Thomas Point Road on an unnamed road to Maine Central Railroad; then west on Maine Central Railroad to D Street; then south on D Street to Bath Road; then east on Bath Road to Fitch Avenue; then south on Fitch Avenue to the Brunswick-Brunswick Naval Air Station boundary; then west on the Brunswick-Brunswick Naval Air Station boundary to Bath Road; then west on Bath Road to No Name Street; then north on No Name Street to Maine Street; then southwest on Maine Street to McKeen Street; then west on McKeen Street to Baribeau Drive; then south on Baribeau Drive to Pleasant Hill Road; then west on Pleasant Hill Road to Woodside Road; then north on Woodside Road to Church Road; then north on Church Road to an unnamed road; then northwest on the unnamed road to Greenwood Road; then northwest on Greenwood Road to Hillside Road; then southwest on Hillside Road to Grant Road; then north on Grant Road to Old Portland Road; then southwest on Old Portland Road to the Brunswick-Freeport boundary; then northwest and then northeast on the Brunswick-Freeport boundary to the Brunswick-Durham boundary; then northeast on the Brunswick-Durham boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 67

In Sagadahoc County, the municipalities of Bowdoin, Bowdoinham, Perkins Twp. and Richmond.

State Representative District 68

In Androscoggin County, that portion of the municipality of Auburn bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the Auburn, Turner and Greene boundaries intersect; then southeast along the Auburn-Greene boundary until it intersects with the Auburn-Lewiston boundary; then south along the Auburn-Lewiston boundary until it intersects with Bobbin Mill Brook; then west along Bobbin Mill brook until it intersects with North River Road; then north along North River Road until it intersects with Stetson Road; then west along Stetson Road until it intersects with Turner Street; then south along Turner Street until it intersects with Mayfield Road; then southwest along Mayfield Road until it intersects with Summer Street; then southeast along Summer Street until it intersects with Dennison Street; then southwest along Dennison Street until it intersects with Gamage Avenue; then south on Gamage Avenue until it intersects with Western Promenade; then southwest along Western Promenade until it intersects with Lake Street; then southeast along Lake Street until it intersects with Court Street; then east along Court Street until it intersects with Minot Avenue; then south along Minot Avenue until it intersects with High Street; then east along High Street until it intersects with Maine Central Railroad; then south along Maine Central Railroad until it intersects with Albiston Way (on the east side of Washington Street North);  then west along Albiston Way until it intersects with Washington Street North; then south along Washington Street North until it intersects with the Rotary (running northwest between Washington Street North and Washington Street South); then northwest along the Rotary until it intersects with Washington Street South; then south on Washington Street South until it intersects with Jefferson Street; then southwest along Jefferson Street until it intersects with Madison Street; then north on Madison Street until it intersects with Old Farm Hill; then southwest on Old Farm Hill until it intersects with Minot Avenue; then southwest and eventually northwest along Minot Avenue until it intersects with the Auburn-Minot boundary; then north along the Auburn-Minot boundary until it intersects with the Auburn-Turner boundary; then southeast along the Auburn-Turner boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 69

In Androscoggin County, that portion of the municipality of Auburn bounded by a line described as follows: 

Beginning at the point where Stetson Road intersects with North River Road; then south along North River Road until it intersects with Bobbin Mill Brook; then east along Bobbin Mill Brook until it intersects with the Androscoggin River (Auburn-Lewiston boundary); then south along the Androscoggin River (Auburn-Lewiston boundary) until it intersects with a point along the Androscoggin River shoreline that is nearest the intersection of Brook Street and Riverside Drive; then southwest along a straight line from that point to the northeastern end of Brook Street; then southwest along Brook Street until it intersects with Second Street; then north along Second Street until it intersects with Gill Street; then southwest along Gill Street until it intersects with Seventh Street; then southeast along Seventh Street until it intersects with Loring Avenue; then southwest and northwest along Loring Avenue until it intersects with South Main Street; then south along South Main Street until it intersects with Cook Street; then north along  Cook Street until it intersects with Nineteenth Street; then west on Nineteenth Street until it intersects with Sherwood Drive; then north along Sherwood Drive until it intersects with Marian Drive; then west along Marian Drive until it intersects with Broad Street; then southwest along Broad Street until it intersects with Mill Street; then north along Mill Street until its nearest point to the Little Androscoggin River; then north along the Little Androscoggin River until it intersects with a point east of the end of Albiston Way (on the east side of Washington Street North); then west along a line from that point to the end of Albiston Way (near the Canadian National Railway); then west along Albiston Way until it intersects with Maine Central Railroad; then north along Maine Central Railroad until it intersects with High Street; then southwest along High Street until it intersects with Minot Avenue; then north along Minot Avenue until it intersects with Court Street; then west along Court Street until it intersects with Lake Street; then northwest along Lake Street until it intersects with Western Promenade; then north along Western Promenade until it intersects with Gamage Avenue; then north along Gamage Avenue until it intersects with Dennison Street; then northeast along Dennison Street until it intersects with Summer Street; then northwest along Summer Street until it intersects with Mayfield Road; then northeast on Mayfield Road until it intersects with Turner Street; then north on Turner Street until it intersects with Stetson Road; then east along Stetson Road to the beginning point.

Amended:  January 8, 2004

State Representative District 70

In Androscoggin County, that portion of the municipality of Auburn south of a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Minot Avenue intersects with the Auburn-Minot boundary; then east along Minot Avenue until it intersects with Old Farm Hill; then northeast along Old Farm Hill until it intersects with Madison Street; then southeast along Madison Street until it intersects with Jefferson Street; then northeast along Jefferson Street until it intersects with Washington Street South; then north along Washington Street South until it intersects with the Rotary running southeast between Washington Street South and Washington Street North; then southeast along the Rotary until it intersects with Washington Street North; then north along Washington Street North until it intersects with Albiston Way; then east along Albiston Way until its ending point near the Canadian National Railway; then northeast along a line from that point until it intersects with Little Androscoggin River; then south along the Little Androscoggin River until it intersects with a point on Mill Street nearest the Little Androscoggin River; then south along Mill Street until it intersects with Broad Street; then northeast along Broad Street until it intersects with Marian Drive; then east along Marian Drive until it intersects with Sherwood Drive; then south along Sherwood Drive until it intersects with Nineteenth Street; then east along Nineteenth Street until it intersects with Cook Street; then south along Cook Street until it intersects with South Main Street; then north along South Main Street until it intersects with Loring Avenue; then southeast and northeast along Loring Avenue until it intersects with Seventh Street; then northwest along Seventh Street until it intersects with Gill Street; then northeast along Gill Street until it intersects with Second Street; then south along Second Street until it intersects with Brook Street; then northeast along Brook Street to its ending point at the intersection with Riverside Drive; then northeast along a straight line from the ending point of Brook Street to the Androscoggin River (Auburn-Lewiston boundary);

and that portion of Lewiston south of a line running along Lisbon Street beginning north of Bleachery Street opposite the Canal's southerly ending point; then southeast along Lisbon Street until it intersects with Maine Central Railroad; then southeast along Maine Central Railroad until it intersects with Interstate 495; then east and eventually northeast along Interstate 495 until it intersects with the Lewiston-Sabattus boundary.

Amended:  January 8, 2004

State Representative District 71

In Androscoggin County, that portion of the municipality of Lewiston bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the Lewiston-Greene-Sabattus boundaries intersect; then south along the Lewiston-Sabattus boundary to Interstate 495; then southwest along Interstate 495 to Maine Central Railroad; then northwest along Maine Central Railroad to Lisbon Street; then northwest along Lisbon Street to Cassell Street; then northeast along Cassell Street to Pleasant Street; then northwest along Pleasant Street to Webber Avenue; then northeast along Webber Avenue to Webster Street; then southeast along Webster Street to Pagoma Lane; then northeast along Pagoma Lane to Randall Road; then northwest along Randall Road to Old Greene Road; then northeast along Old Greene Road to the Lewiston-Greene boundary; then southeast along the Lewiston-Greene boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 72

In Androscoggin County, that portion of the municipality of Lewiston bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Sabattus Street intersects with Webster Street; then southeast on Webster Street to Webber Avenue; then south on Webber Avenue to Pleasant Street; then southeast on Pleasant Street to Cassell Street; then southwest on Cassell Street to Lisbon Street; then northwest on Lisbon Street to a point north of Bleachery Street and south of Adam Avenue (opposite the ending point of the Canal); then south from that point on Lisbon Street to an inlet of the Androscoggin River near the Maine Central Railroad crossing; then south into the Androscoggin River to the Lewiston-Auburn boundary; then northeast along the Lewiston-Auburn boundary to the Canadian National Railway; then northeast along the Canadian National Railway to the Androscoggin River shoreline; then south along the Androscoggin River shoreline to a point at the end of a portion of the Canal extending from the Androscoggin River shoreline in a northeast direction toward Oxford Street; then northeast along that portion of the Canal, and turning northwest along a second section of the Canal (running toward Beech Street and parallel to Oxford Street); then northeast along that portion of the Canal to Beech Street; then east on Beech Street to Oxford Street; then south on Oxford Street to Chestnut Street; then east on Chestnut Street to Canal Street; then north on Canal Street to Ash Street; then east on Ash Street to Bartlett Street; then north on Bartlett Street to Sabattus Street; then southeast on Sabattus Street to the beginning point.

State Representative District 73

In Androscoggin County, that portion of the municipality of Lewiston bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Sabattus Street intersects with Randall Road; then southeast along Randall Road to Pagoma Lane; then southwest along Pagoma Lane to Webster Street; then northwest along Webster Street to Sabattus Street; then west along Sabattus Street to Bartlett Street; then south along Bartlett Street to Ash Street; then southwest along Ash Street to Canal Street; then south along Canal Street to Chestnut Street; then west along Chestnut Street to Oxford Street; then north along Oxford Street to Beech Street; then west along Beech Street to the Canal; then south and turning west along a portion of the Canal to the Androscoggin River shoreline; then north along the Androscoggin River shoreline to the Canadian National Railway; then west along the Canadian National Railway to the Lewiston-Auburn boundary; then north and east along the Lewiston-Auburn boundary to the Androscoggin River shoreline near Jepson Brook; then north along the Androscoggin River shoreline to Memorial Bridge; then southeast along Memorial Bridge to Maine Central Railroad; then northeast on Maine Central Railroad to Libby Avenue; then southeast on Libby Avenue to Main Street; then south on Main Street to Ware Street; then southeast on Ware Street to College Road; then southwest on College Road to Campus Avenue; then southeast on Campus Avenue to Lafayette Street; then northeast on Lafayette Street to Russell Street; then southeast on Russell Street to East Avenue; then northeast on East Avenue to Owens Street; then southeast on Owens Street to Jean Street; then south on Jean Street to Sabattus Street; then east on Sabattus Street to the beginning point.

State Representative District 74

In Androscoggin County, that portion of the municipality of Lewiston described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the Lewiston, Auburn and Greene boundaries intersect; then southeast along the Lewiston-Greene boundary to Old Greene Road; then southwest along Old Greene Road to Sabattus Street; then west along Sabattus Street to Jean Street; then north along Jean Street to Owens Street; then northwest along Owens Street to East Avenue; then south along East Avenue to Russell Street; then northwest along Russell Street to Lafayette Street; then south along Lafayette Street to Campus Avenue; then northwest along Campus Avenue to College Road; then north along College Road to Ware Street; then west along Ware Street to Main Street; then north along Main Street to Libby Avenue; then west along Libby Avenue to Maine Central Railroad; the south along Maine Central Railroad to Memorial Bridge; then west on Memorial Bridge until it intersects with the east side of the Androscoggin River shoreline; then south along the Androscoggin River shoreline until it intersects with the ending point of Jepson Brook; then west from that point out into the Androscoggin River to the Lewiston-Auburn boundary; then north along the Lewiston-Auburn boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 75

In Androscoggin County, the municipalities of Greene and Sabattus.

State Representative District 76

In Kennebec County, that portion of the municipality of Oakland bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the Oakland-Waterville-Fairfield boundaries intersect; then south on the Oakland-Waterville boundary to Kennedy Memorial Drive; then west on Kennedy Memorial Drive to Old Waterville Road; then west on Old Waterville Road to Kennedy Memorial Drive; then northwest on Kennedy Memorial Drive to Pleasant Street; then northwest on Pleasant Street to Oak Street; then northeast on Oak Street to Ten Lots Road; then north on Ten Lots Road to Maine Central Railroad; then northwest on Maine Central Railroad to Red Brook; then north on Red Brook to Maine Central Railroad; then north on Maine Central Railroad to the Oakland-Fairfield boundary; then east on the Oakland-Fairfield boundary to the beginning point;

and that portion of the municipality of Waterville bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the Waterville-Oakland-Fairfield boundaries intersect; then east on the Waterville-Fairfield boundary to the point where the Waterville-Fairfield-Winslow boundaries intersect (in the Kennebec River); then south on the Waterville-Winslow boundary to Bridge Street; then west on Bridge Street to Spring Street; then northeast on Spring Street to Elm Street; then north on Elm Street to Park Street; then west on Park Street to Pleasant Street; then north on Pleasant Street to Gilman Street; then west on Gilman Street to Mayflower Hill Drive; then northeast on Mayflower Hill Drive to Runnals Drive; then north on Runnals Drive to its ending point; then north along a line from the end of Runnals Drive to Cotter Drive; then west on Cotter Drive and along a line extending from its ending point to Marriner Drive; then west on Marriner Drive to its ending point near the Waterville-Oakland boundary; then north and east on the Waterville-Oakland boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 77

In Kennebec County, that portion of the municipality of Waterville bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Bridge Street intersects with the Waterville-Winslow boundary (in the Kennebec River); then southwest on the Waterville-Winslow boundary to the Waterville-Sidney boundary; then west on the Waterville-Sidney boundary to the Waterville-Oakland boundary; then northeast on the Waterville-Oakland boundary to a point nearest Marriner Drive; then east on Marriner Drive and along a line extending beyond Marriner Drive's ending point to Cotter Drive; then east on Cotter Drive to a point nearest the end of Runnals Drive; then south on Runnals Drive to Mayflower Hill Drive; then southeast on Mayflower Hill Drive to Gilman Street; then east on Gilman Street to Pleasant Street; then south on Pleasant Street to Park Street; then east on Park Street to Elm Street; then south on Elm Street to Spring Street; then southeast on Spring Street to Bridge Street; then east on Bridge Street to the beginning point.

State Representative District 78

In Kennebec County, the municipalities of Sidney and that portion of Oakland described as follows:

Beginning at the point where Maine Central Railroad intersects with the Oakland-Fairfield boundary; then southeast on Maine Central Railroad to Red Brook; then south on Red Brook to Maine Central Railroad; then south on Maine Central Railroad to Ten Lots Road; then southwest on Ten Lots Road to Oak Street; then southwest on Oak Street to Pleasant Street; then southeast on Pleasant Street to Kennedy Memorial Drive; then southeast on Kennedy Memorial Drive to Old Waterville Road; then east on Old Waterville Road to Kennedy Memorial Drive; then east on Kennedy Memorial Drive to the Oakland-Waterville boundary; then southwest on the Oakland-Waterville boundary to the Oakland-Sidney boundary; then west on the Oakland Sidney boundary to the Oakland-Belgrade boundary; then west and then north on the Oakland-Belgrade boundary to the Oakland-Smithfield boundary; then north and then east on the Oakland-Smithfield boundary to the Oakland-Fairfield boundary; then east on the Oakland-Fairfield boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 79

In Kennebec County, the municipalities of Farmingdale, Hallowell and West Gardiner.

State Representative District 80

In Kennebec County, the municipalities of Litchfield and Monmouth;

and in Androscoggin County, the municipality of Wales.

State Representative District 81

In Kennebec County, the municipality of Wayne;

and in Androscoggin County, the municipalities of Leeds, Livermore and Livermore Falls.

State Representative District 82

In Kennebec County, the municipalities of Readfield and Winthrop.

State Representative District 83

In Kennebec County, the municipalities of Belgrade, Fayette, Manchester, Mount Vernon and Vienna.

State Representative District 84

In Kennebec County, the municipality of Rome;

and in Somerset County, the municipalities of Fairfield and Smithfield.

State Representative District 85

In Somerset County, the municipality of Showhegan.

State Representative District 86

In Somerset County, the municipalities of Madison, Norridgewock and Solon.

State Representative District 87

In Somerset County, the municipalities of Mercer and Starks;

and in Franklin County, the municipalities of Chesterville, Jay and New Sharon.

State Representative District 88

In Franklin County, the municipalities and unorganized territories of Carrabassett Valley, Coplin Plantation and Wyman Twp.; and

In Piscataquis County, the municipality of Wellington; and

In Somerset County, the municipalities and unorganized territories of Anson, Bingham, Brighton Plantation, Caratunk, Central Somerset Twp. (includes Lexington Twp., Concord Twp.), Dennistown Plantation, Embden, Highland Plantation, Jackman, Moose River, Moscow, New Portland, Northeast Somerset Twp. (includes Soldiertown Twp., Thorndike Twp., Brassua Twp., Tomheggan, Rockwood Strip, Taunton & Rainham, Long Pond Twp., p/o Parlin Pond Twp., Misery Twp., Sapling Twp., Chase Stream Twp., Indian Stream Twp., Moxie Gore, Squaretown Twp., East Moxie Twp., Bald Mountain Twp., Mayfield Twp., p/o Twp. 2 R-6), Northwest Somerset Twp. (includes Forsyth Twp., Holeb Twp., Attean Twp., Bradstreet Twp., Appleton Twp., Hobbstown Twp., Lower Enchanted Twp., Bowtown Twp., Flagstaff Twp., Bigelow Twp., Dead River Twp., Carrying Place, King & Bartlett Twp., Upper Enchanted Twp., p/o Parlin Pond Twp., p/o Twp. 2 R-6), Pleasant Ridge Plantation, Seboomook Lake Twp. (includes Big W Twp., Little W Twp., West Middlesex Canal Grant, Seboomook Twp., Plymouth Twp., Pittston Academy Grant, Alder Brook Twp., Sandy Bay Twp., Bald Mountain Twp., Hammond Twp., Blake Gore, Prentiss Twp., Dole Brook Twp., Comstock Twp., Russell Pond Twp., St. John Twp., Big 6 Twp., Big 10 Twp., T4-R16 a/k/a Elm Stream Twp.), The Forks Plantation and West Forks Plantation.

State Representative District 89

In Franklin County, the municipalities of Farmington and Industry.

State Representative District 90

In Franklin County, the municipalities and unorganized territories of Avon, New Vineyard, Phillips, South Franklin Twp. (includes Perkins Twp., Washington Twp.), Strong, Temple, Wilton and that portion of East Central Franklin Twp. (Freeman Twp., p/o Salem Twp.) south and east of a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where State Route 142 intersects the East Central Franklin Twp.-Phillips boundary; then northeast and east along State Route 142 until it intersects with West Branch Carrabasset River; then northeast along West Branch Carrabasset River until it intersects with Orchard Road; then north along Orchard Road until it intersects with Prairie Road; then northeast along Prairie Road until it intersects with the East Central Franklin Twp.-Kingfield boundary.

State Representative District 91

In Franklin County, the municipalities and unorganized territories of Dallas Plantation, Eustis, Kingfield, North Franklin Twp. (includes Gorham Gore, Lowelltown Twp., Skinner Twp., Merrill Strip Twp., Beattie Twp., Massachussets Gore, Jim Pond Twp., Adler Stream Twp., Tim Pond Twp., Stetsontown Twp., Davis Twp., Lang Twp., Coburn Gore, Kibby Twp., Chain of Ponds Twp., Seven Ponds Twp.), Rangeley and that portion of East Central Franklin Twp. (includes p/o Salem Twp., Mount Abram Twp., Redington Twp.) north and west of a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where State Route 142 intersects the East Central Franklin Twp.-Phillips boundary; then northeast and east along State Route 142 until it intersects with the West Branch Carrabasset River; then northeast along the West Branch Carrabasset River until it intersects with Orchard Road; then north along Orchard Road until it intersects with Prairie Road; then northeast along Prairie Road until it intersects with the East Central Franklin Twp.-Kingfield boundary; and

In Oxford County, the municipalities and unorganized territories of Bethel, Gilead, Hanover, Lincoln Plantation, Magalloway Plantation, Milton Twp., Newry, North Oxford Twp. (includes Bowmantown Twp., Oxbow Twp., Parmachenee Twp., Lynchtown Twp., Adamstown Twp., Richardsontown Twp., Upper Cupsuptic Twp., Lower Cupsuptic Twp., Grafton Twp., Riley Twp., Township C, Andover North Surplus, Andover West Surplus, C Surplus), South Oxford Twp. (includes Albany Twp., Mason Twp., Batchelders Grant), Stoneham, Upton and Woodstock.

State Representative District 92

In Franklin County, the municipalities and unorganized territories of Madrid, Rangeley Plantation, Sandy River Plantation, Weld, West Central Franklin Twp. (includes Twp. D, Twp. E, Twp. 6);

and in Oxford County, the municipalities of Andover, Byron, Roxbury and Rumford.

State Representative District 93

In Franklin County, the municipality of Carthage;

and in Oxford County the municipalities of Canton, Dixfield, Mexico and Peru.

State Representative District 94

In Oxford County, the municipalities of Buckfield, Hartford, Paris and Sumner.

State Representative District 95

In Oxford County, the municipalities of Greenwood, Norway, Waterford and West Paris.

State Representative District 96

In Oxford County, the municipality of Hebron;

and in Androscoggin County, the municipalities of Minot and Turner.

State Representative District 97

In Oxford County, the municipalities of Brownfield, Fryeburg, Hiram and Porter;

and in York County, the municipality of Parsonsfield.

State Representative District 98

In Oxford County, the municipalities of Lovell, Stow and Sweden;

and in Cumberland County, the municipalities of Bridgton and Harrison.

State Representative District 99

In Oxford County, the municipality of Denmark;

and in Cumberland County, the municipalities of Baldwin and Sebago;

and in York County, the municipalities of Cornish and Limington.

State Representative District 100

In Oxford County the municipalities of Otisfield and Oxford;

and in Androscoggin County, the municipality of Mechanic Falls.

State Representative District 101

In Androscoggin County, that portion of the municipality of Poland bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the Poland-Minot-Mechanic Falls boundaries intersect; then southeast along the Poland-Minot boundary to Mechanic Falls Road; then southwest on Mechanic Falls Road to Hackett Mills Road; then southwest on Hackett Mills Road to Harris Hill Road; then northwest on Harris Hill Road to Poland Corner Road; then southwest on Poland Corner Road to White Oak Hill Road; then southwest on White Oak Hill Road to Bakerstown Road; then southwest on Bakerstown Road to the Poland-Casco boundary; then northwest on the Poland-Casco boundary to the Poland-Otisfield boundary; then northwest on the Poland-Otisfield boundary to the Poland-Oxford boundary; then northeast on the Poland-Oxford boundary to the Poland-Mechanic Falls boundary; then southeast and then northeast on the Poland-Mechanic Falls boundary to the beginning point. 

and in Cumberland County, the municipalities of Casco and Naples.

amended 1/12/04

State Representative District 102

In Cumberland County, that portion of the municipality of Standish bounded by a line described as follows: 

Beginning at the point where the Standish-Baldwin-Sebago boundaries intersect; then north on the Standish-Sebago boundary until it intersects with Sebago Lake; then southeast and then northeast along the shoreline of Sebago Lake to a point on the shoreline nearest the ending point of Westerlea Way; then along a straight line from that point to the end of Westerlea Way; then southeast along Westerlea Way to Whites Bridge Road; then southeast on Whites Bridge Road to Chadbourne Road; then southwest on Chadbourne Road to Standish Neck Road; then southeast on Standish Neck Road to the Standish-Gorham boundary; then southwest along the Standish-Gorham boundary to the Standish-Buxton boundary; then southwest and west along the Standish-Buxton boundary to the Standish-Hollis boundary; then northwest along the Standish-Hollis boundary to the Standish-Limington boundary; then west and north along the Standish-Limington boundary to the Standish-Baldwin boundary; then northeast along the Standish-Baldwin boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 103

In Androscoggin County, that portion of the municipality of Poland bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the Poland-Minot-Auburn boundaries intersect; then south along the Poland-Auburn boundary to the Poland-New Gloucester boundary; then southwest, northwest and south along the Poland-New Gloucester boundary to the point where the Poland-New Gloucester-Raymond boundaries intersect; then northwest along the Poland-Raymond boundary to the Poland-Casco boundary; then west along the Poland-Casco boundary to Bakerstown Road; then north along Bakerstown Road to White Oak Hill Road; then east and north along White Oak Hill Road to Poland Corner Road; then north along Poland Corner Road to Harris Hill Road; then southeast on Harris Hill Road to Hackett Mills Road; then north on Hackett Mills Road to Mechanic Falls Road; then east on Mechanic Falls Road to the Poland-Minot boundary (in the Little Androscoggin River); then southeast on the Poland-Minot boundary to the beginning point.

and in Cumberland County, the municipalities of Frye Island, Raymond and that portion of Standish described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Chadbourne Road intersects the Standish-Windham boundary; then southeast on the Standish-Windham boundary to the Standish-Gorham boundary; then southwest on the Standish-Gorham boundary to Standish Neck Road; then northwest on Standish Neck Road to Chadbourne Road; then north on Chadbourne Road to Whites Bridge Road; then northwest and then northeast on Whites Bridge Road to Westerlea Way; then northwest on Westerlea Way to its ending point; then along a straight line from the ending point of Westerlea Way to Sebago Lake; then northeast along the shoreline of Sebago Lake to the Standish-Windham boundary; then southeast on the Standish-Windham boundary to the beginning point; and including all of Sebago Lake that is within the Standish boundaries.

State Representative District 104

In Androscoggin County, that portion of the municipality of Lisbon bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the Lisbon-Lewiston-Sabattus boundaries intersect; then southwest along the Lisbon-Sabattus boundary to the Lisbon-Bowdoin boundary; then south on the Lisbon-Bowdoin boundary to the Lisbon-Topsham boundary; then south on the Lisbon-Topsham boundary to Lisbon Road; then west along Lisbon Road to Summer Street; then north on Summer Street to High Street; then northwest on High Street to Lois Street; then southwest on Lois Street to Lincoln Street; then west on Lincoln Street to Main Street; then south on Main Street to Canal Street; then south on Canal Street to State Route 9; then south on State Route 9 to the Lisbon-Durham boundary; then west along the Lisbon-Durham boundary to the Lisbon-Lewiston boundary; then north along the Lisbon-Lewiston boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 105

In Androscoggin County, the municipalities of Durham and that portion of Lisbon bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where High Street intersects with Summer Street; then south along Summer Street to Lisbon Road; then west along Lisbon Road to the Lisbon-Topsham boundary; then south on the Lisbon-Topsham boundary to the Lisbon-Durham boundary; then northwest on the Lisbon-Durham boundary to State Route 9; then north on State Route 9 to Canal Street; then northwest on Canal Street to Main Street; then north on Main Street to Lincoln Street; then east on Lincoln Street to Lois Street; then north on Lois Street to High Street; then southeast on High Street to the beginning point; and 

In Cumberland County, the municipality of New Gloucester.

State Representative District 106

In Cumberland County, the municipalities of Freeport and that portion of Pownal bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the Pownal-Freeport-Durham boundaries intersect; then southwest along the Pownal-Freeport boundary to Elmwood Road; then northwest on Elmwood Road to Lawrence Road; then north on Lawrence Road to the Pownal-Durham boundary; then southeast along the Pownal-Durham boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 107

In Cumberland County, the municipality of Yarmouth.

State Representative District 108

In Cumberland County, the municipalities of Cumberland, Long Island and that portion of North Yarmouth bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Haskell Road intersects with the North Yarmouth-Cumberland boundary; then northeast along Haskell Road to Gray Road; then southeast along Gray Road to Walnut Hill Road; then south along Walnut Hill Road to The Lane; then northeast on The Lane to Sweetser Road; then southeast on Sweetser Road to an unnamed tributary of the Royal River; then northeast on the unnamed tributary of the Royal River to Maine Central Railroad; then south on Maine Central Railroad to the North Yarmouth-Yarmouth boundary; then south on the North Yarmouth-Yarmouth boundary to the North Yarmouth-Cumberland boundary; then west on the North Yarmouth-Cumberland boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 109

In Cumberland County, that portion of the municipality of Gray described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the Gray-North Yarmouth-New Gloucester boundaries intersect; then south on the Gray-North Yarmouth boundary to the Gray-Cumberland boundary; then south on the Gray-Cumberland boundary to Interstate 495; then northwest on Interstate 495 to Dutton Hill; then west and northwest on Dutton Hill to Lawrence Road; then northwest on Lawrence Road to West Gray Road; then north on West Gray Road to Ramsdell Road; then northwest on Ramsdell Road to Birchwood Road; then north on Birchwood Road to Egypt Road; then west on Egypt Road to the Gray-Raymond boundary; then north on the Gray-Raymond boundary to the point where the Gray-Raymond-New Gloucester boundaries intersect; then southeast on the Gray-New Gloucester boundary to the beginning point.

and that portion of North Yarmouth described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the North Yarmouth-Pownal-New Gloucester boundaries intersect; then southeast along the North Yarmouth-Pownal boundary to the North Yarmouth-Yarmouth boundary; then south on the North Yarmouth-Yarmouth boundary to the Maine Central Railroad; then north on the Maine Central Railroad to the Royal River; then southwest on the Royal River to Sweetser Road; then northwest on Sweetser Road to The Lane; then southwest on The Lane to Walnut Hill Road; then northwest on Walnut Hill Road to Gray Road; then northwest on Gray Road to Haskell Road; then southwest on Haskell Road to the North Yarmouth-Cumberland boundary; then west on the North Yarmouth-Cumberland boundary to the point where the North Yarmouth-Cumberland-Gray boundaries intersect; then north on the North Yarmouth-Gray boundary to the beginning point.

and that portion of Pownal described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the Pownal-New Gloucester-Durham boundaries intersect; then east on the Pownal-Durham boundary to Lawrence Road; then south on Lawrence Road to Elmwood Road; then southeast on Elmwood Road to the Pownal-Freeport boundary; then south on the Pownal-Freeport boundary to the point where the Pownal-Freeport-Yarmouth boundaries intersect; then northwest on the Pownal-Yarmouth boundary to the Pownal-North Yarmouth boundary; then northwest on the Pownal-North Yarmouth boundary to the Pownal-New Gloucester boundary; then north on the Pownal-New Gloucester boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 110

In Cumberland County, that portion of the municipality of Gray described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Egypt Road intersects with the Gray-Raymond boundary; then east on Egypt Road to Birchwood Road; then south on Birchwood Road to Ramsdell Road; then southeast on Ramsdell Road to West Gray Road; then south on West Gray Road to Lawrence Road; then east on Lawrence Road to Dutton Hill; then southeast on Dutton Hill to Interstate 495; then southeast on Interstate 495 to the Gray-Cumberland boundary; then south on the Gray-Cumberland boundary to the Gray-Windham boundary; then northwest on the Gray-Windham boundary to the Gray-Raymond boundary; then north on the Gray-Raymond boundary to the beginning point.

and that portion of Windham described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the Windham-Gray-Raymond boundaries intersect; then southeast on the Windham-Gray boundary to the Windham-Cumberland boundary; then south along the Windham-Cumberland boundary to the point where the Windham-Cumberland-Falmouth boundaries intersect; then northwest and then south along the Windham-Falmouth boundary to Roosevelt Trail; then northwest on Roosevelt Trail (around the southwest side of the rotary) to the Pleasant River; then north on Pleasant River a short distance to a stream running northwest from the Pleasant River toward Dutch Brook; then northwest along that stream to Varney Mill Road; then north on Varney Mill Road to Forbes Lane; then northwest on Forbes Lane to Shady Lane; then north on Shady Lane to Falmouth Road; then west on Falmouth Road to State Route 115; then southwest on State Route 115 to Roosevelt Trail; then southwest on Roosevelt Trail to Chadbourne Road; then southwest on Chadbourne Road to the Windham-Standish boundary; then west and then northwest on the Windham-Standish boundary to the Windham-Raymond boundary; then north on the Windham-Raymond boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 111

In Cumberland County, that portion of the municipality of Windham bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where State Route 115 intersects with Falmouth Road; then southeast on Falmouth Road to Shady Lane; then southwest on Shady Lane to Forbes Lane; then southeast on Forbes Lane to Varney Mill Road; then south on Varney Mill Road to a stream running from near Ditch Brook toward Pleasant River; then south on Pleasant River to Roosevelt Trail; then southeast on Roosevelt Trail (around the southwest side of the rotary) to the point where the Windham, Westbrook and Falmouth boundaries intersect; then south on the Windham-Westbrook boundary to the Windham-Gorham boundary; then northwest on the Windham-Gorham boundary to the Windham-Standish boundary; then north on the Windham-Standish boundary to Chadbourne Road; then northeast on Chadbourne Road to Roosevelt Trail; then northeast on Roosevelt Trail to State Route 115; then southeast and then northeast on State Route 115 to the beginning point.

State Representative District 112

In Cumberland County, that portion of the municipality of Falmouth bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Falmouth, Westbrook and Windham intersect; then following along the Falmouth-Windham boundary until it intersects with the Cumberland-Falmouth boundary; then southeast along the Cumberland-Falmouth boundary until it intersects with the Atlantic Ocean; then along the shoreline until it intersects with Interstate 295; then north along Interstate 295 until it intersects with Interstate 95; then southwest along Interstate 95 until it intersects with the Presumpscot River; then along the Presumpscot River until it intersects with the Falmouth-Portland boundary; then along the Falmouth-Portland boundary until it intersects with the Falmouth-Westbrook boundary; then along the Falmouth-Westbrook boundary until it intersects with the beginning point.

State Representative District 113

In Cumberland County, that portion of the municipality of Falmouth south of a line described as follows:  Beginning at the intersection of Interstate 95 and Interstate 295; then south along Interstate 95 until it intersects with the Presumpscot River; then along the Presumpscot River until it intersects with the Portland-Falmouth boundary;

And that portion of the municipality of Portland bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the Portland Terminal Railroad intersects with the Portland-Falmouth boundary (north of the Riverside Street grade crossing and west of Washington Avenue); then north along the Portland-Falmouth boundary until it intersects with the Falmouth Spur of the Maine Turnpike; then northeast along the Portland-Falmouth boundary approved by the Maine Legislature in 2001 and the said Falmouth Spur of the Maine Turnpike to the Presumpscot River; then southeast along the Presumpscot River to where it is intersected by the Portland-Falmouth boundary which lies east of Curtis Road in Portland; then southwest and southeast along the Portland-Falmouth boundary to a point where a projection of the line of Vermont Avenue if extended northeast would intersect the Portland-Falmouth boundary; then southwest by the projection of Vermont Avenue and along Vermont Avenue until it intersects with Ray Street; then northeast along Ray Street until it intersects with Allen Avenue; then southeast along Allen Avenue until it intersects with the Portland Terminal Railroad; then north along the Portland Terminal Railroad until it intersects with the beginning point.  

State Representative District 114

In Cumberland County, that portion of the municipality of Portland bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Allen Avenue intersects with Washington Avenue; then northeast along Allen Avenue until it intersects with Ray Street; then southeast along Ray Street until it intersects with Vermont Avenue; then northeast along Vermont Avenue and a projection of the line of Vermont Avenue northeast until it intersects with the Portland-Falmouth boundary; then southeast and east along the Portland-Falmouth boundary until it intersects with Presumpscot River; then south along the Portland-Falmouth boundary and the Presumpscot River to the Route 1 Bridge at Martin Point and Casco Bay; then east into Casco Bay and around all islands within Portland's boundaries; then west returning to the shoreline at the Portland-Cape Elizabeth boundary; then northwest along the Portland-Cape Elizabeth boundary to the point where the Portland-Cape Elizabeth boundary meets the Portland-South Portland boundary; then north and west along the Portland-South Portland boundary to the point where the Portland-South Portland boundary turns southwest and enters the Fore River and Portland Harbor (northwest of Bug Light and at the east edge of State Legislative District 120); then northeast, north, northwest, and west around Portland's Peninsula along the east and north edge of State Legislative District 120 to a point in the mouth of Back Cove at Tukey's Bridge where Interstate 295 crosses said mouth of Back Cove; then north by Interstate 295 to a point east of where Baxter Boulevard divides near the end of Bates Street; then west along a straight line to the point where Baxter Boulevard divides near the end of Bates Street; then west along Baxter Boulevard to Randall Street; then northeast along Randall Street to Front Street; then northwest along Front Street to West Kidder Street; then northeast along West Kidder Street to Washington Avenue; then northwest along Washington Avenue to Fallbrook Street; then southwest and then southeast along Fallbrook Street to a point where a projection of the line of Fallbrook Street heads southeast would intersect Fall Brook; then south along Fall Brook until it intersects Ocean Avenue; then southwest along Ocean Avenue to Read Street then northwest along Read Street until it intersects with Forest Avenue and Adelaide Street; then southeast along Forest Avenue until it intersects with Poland Street; then west along Poland Street until it intersects with Stevens Avenue; then north along Stevens Avenue until it intersects with Forest Avenue; then north along Forest Avenue until it intersects with Allen Avenue; then north along Allen Avenue until it intersects with the beginning point. 

State Representative District 115

In Cumberland County, that portion of the municipality of Portland bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point of intersection of Stevens Avenue and Brighton Avenue; then north along Stevens Avenue to Woodford Street; then east along Woodford Street to Lawn Avenue; then north along Lawn Avenue to Pleasant Avenue; then west along Pleasant Avenue to Stevens Avenue; then north along Stevens Avenue to Hartley Street; then east along Hartley Street to Forest Avenue; then north along Forest Avenue to Read Street; then southeast along Read Street to Ocean Avenue; then northeast along Ocean Avenue to Fall Brook; then north along Fall Brook to a point near the end of Fallbrook Street; then northwest along a prolongation of the line of Fallbrook Street to Fallbrook Street; then northwest and northeast along Fallbrook Street to Washington Avenue; then southeast along Washington Avenue to West Kidder Street; then southwest along West Kidder Street to Front Street; then southeast along Front Street to Randall Street; then southwest along Randall Street to Baxter Boulevard; then east along Baxter Boulevard to a point where Baxter Boulevard divides near the end of Bates Street; then east along a straight line from that point to Interstate 295 (north of Tukey's Bridge); then south along Interstate 295 to the south shoreline of the mouth of the Back Cove; then southwest along the east shoreline of the Back Cove to the point closest to Preble Street and Interstate 295; then south along a straight line to Interstate 295; then southwest along Interstate 295 to Deering Avenue; then northwest along Deering Avenue to Brighton Avenue; then northwest along Brighton Avenue to the beginning point.

State Representative District 116

In Cumberland County, that portion of the municipality of Portland bounded by a line described as follows: Beginning at the point of intersection of the Westbrook-Portland boundary and Brighton Avenue; then north along the Westbrook-Portland boundary to the Portland-Falmouth boundary, then southeast along the Portland-Falmouth boundary to the Portland Terminal Railroad (north of its grade crossing with Riverside Street); then southwest along the Portland Terminal Railroad to Allen Avenue; then south along Allen Avenue to Forest Avenue; then south along Forest Avenue to Stevens Avenue; then south along Stevens Avenue to Poland Street; then east along Poland Street to Forest Avenue; then southeast along Forest Avenue to Hartley Street; then west along Hartley Street to Stevens Avenue; then north along Stevens Avenue to Crosby Street; then west along Crosby Street to Leland Street; then north along Leland Street to the boundary of Evergreen Cemetery; then northwest and southwest along the boundary of Evergreen Cemetery and a projection of said boundary approximately parallel with Newman Street to Brentwood Street; then northwest along Brentwood Street to the boundary of Evergreen Cemetery that runs approximately parallel with Hamblet Avenue; then southwest along the boundary line of Evergreen Cemetery (approximately parallel to Hamblet Street) to a point where the boundary of Evergreen Cemetery that runs approximately parallel with Hamblet Avenue would intersect Ludlow Street if extended southwest; then northwest along Ludlow Street to Sonnet Lane; then southwest along Sonnet Lane until it intersects with Four Winds Road; then southwest along Four Winds Road until it intersects with Dennett Street; then southwest along Dennett Street until it intersects with Brighton Avenue; then west along Brighton Avenue to the beginning point.

State Representative District 117

In Cumberland County, that portion of the municipality of Portland bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the Portland-Westbrook boundary and the Portland-South Portland boundary intersect; then north along the Portland-Westbrook boundary to Brighton Avenue; then east along Brighton Avenue to Dennett Street; then northeast along Dennett Street to Four Winds Road; then northeast along Four Winds Road to Sonnet Lane; then northeast along Sonnet Lane to Ludlow Street; then southeast along Ludlow Street to a point where the boundary of Evergreen Cemetery, that runs approximately parallel with Hamblet Avenue, would intersect Ludlow Street if projected southwest; then northeast along said projection of the boundary of Evergreen Cemetery and along the boundary of Evergreen Cemetery that runs approximately parallel with Hamblet Avenue to Brentwood Street; then southeast along Brentwood Street to a point where the boundary of Evergreen Cemetery, that runs approximately parallel with Newman Street, would intersect Brentwood Street if extended southwest; then northeast and southeast along the boundary of Evergreen Cemetery to Leland Street; then south along Leland Street to Crosby Street; then east along Crosby Street to Stevens Avenue; then south along Stevens Avenue to Pleasant Avenue; then east along Pleasant Avenue to Lawn Avenue; then south along Lawn Avenue to Woodford Street; then west along Woodford Street to Stevens Avenue; then south along Stevens Avenue to Brighton Avenue; then southeast along Brighton Avenue to Massachusetts Avenue; then south along Massachusetts Avenue to Congress Street; then northwest along Congress Street to Sewall Street; then south along Sewall Street to Portland Terminal Railroad's Mountain Division; then east along Portland Terminal Railroad's Mountain Division to Interstate 295; then south along Interstate 295 to the Fore River and the Portland-South Portland boundary; then west along the South Portland-Portland boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 118

In Cumberland County, that portion of the municipality of Portland described as follows:  Beginning at the point of intersection of Sewall Street and Portland Terminal Railroad's Mountain Division; then north along Sewall Street to Congress Street; then east along Congress Street to Massachusetts Avenue; then north along Massachusetts Avenue to Brighton Avenue; then southeast along Brighton Avenue to Deering Avenue; then south along Deering Avenue to a portion of the Portland Terminal Railroad known as the Union Branch; then southwest along Portland Terminal Railroad's Union Branch to Park Avenue; then east along Park Avenue to Forest Street; then south along Forest Street to Congress Street; then east and southeast along Congress Street to State Street; then southeast along State Street and a projection of the line of State Street to Commercial Street; then northeast along Commercial Street to Holyoke Wharf Street; then southeast along Holyoke Wharf Street to Portland Harbor; then southwest along the bulkheads, wharfs and piers of Portland Harbor to the Casco Bay Bridge; then southeast along Casco Bay Bridge to the Portland-South Portland boundary; then southwest, west, and northwest by the Fore River along the Portland-South Portland boundary to Interstate 295; then north along Interstate 295 to Portland Terminal Railroad's Mountain Division; then northwest along Portland Terminal Railroad's Mountain Division to the beginning point.

State Representative District 119

In Cumberland County, that portion of the municipality of Portland described as follows:  Beginning at the point of intersection of a portion of the Portland Terminal Railroad, known as the Union Branch, and Park Avenue; then northeast along Portland Terminal Railroad to Deering Avenue; then northwest along Deering Avenue to Interstate 295; then northeast along Interstate 295 to Preble Street Extension; then north to a small cove at the south end of Back Cove (closest Back Cove gets to the intersection of Preble Street Extension and Interstate 295); then northeast along the Back Cove shoreline to Interstate 295; then south along Interstate 295 to Washington Avenue; then south along Washington Avenue to Congress Street; then southwest, west, northwest, and southwest along Congress Street to Forest Street; then north along Forest Street to Park Avenue; then west along Park Avenue to the beginning point.

State Representative District 120

In Cumberland County, that portion of the municipality of Portland described as follows:  Beginning at the point of intersection of Congress Street and State Street; then northeast along Congress Street to Washington Avenue; then northwest along Washington Avenue to Interstate 295; then north along Interstate 295 to the point in the mouth of Back Cove at Tukey's Bridge where Interstate 295 intersects the south edge of State Legislative District 114; then east, south and southwest around the northeasterly end of Portland's Peninsula by the south edge of State Legislative District 114 to the point where the Portland-South Portland boundary turns southwest and enters the Fore River and Portland Harbor (northwest of Bug Light, southwest of Fort Gorges, and at the west edge of State Legislative District 114); then southwest along the Portland-South Portland boundary to the Casco Bay Bridge; then northwest along the Casco Bay Bridge to a point directly above the shoreline of Portland Harbor; then northeast along the bulkheads, wharfs and piers to Holyoke Wharf Street; then northwest along Holyoke Wharf Street to Commercial Street; then southwest along Commercial Street to where a projection of State Street would intersect Commercial Street; then northwest along the said projection of State Street and State Street to the beginning point.

State Representative District 121

In Cumberland County, that portion of the municipality of Cape Elizabeth bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Trout Brook and the Cape Elizabeth-South Portland boundary intersect; then northeast along the Cape Elizabeth-South Portland boundary to the Atlantic Ocean; then proceeding initially south along the Atlantic Ocean shoreline to Spurwink Creek; then northeast along Spurwink Creek to Willow Brook; then north along Willow Brook to Scott Dyer Road; then east on Scott Dyer Road to Patricia Drive; then north and west on Patricia Drive to its ending point; then west along a straight line from the ending point of Patricia Drive to Willow Brook; then north along Willow Brook to a point nearest the east ending point of Pheasant Hill Road; then west along a straight line from Willow Brook to the ending point of Pheasant Hill Road; then west on Pheasant Hill Road to Spurwink Avenue; then north on Spurwink Avenue to Ocean House Road; then north on Ocean House Road to Trout Brook; then northeast on Trout Brook to the Cape Elizabeth-South Portland boundary; then east along the Cape Elizabeth-South Portland boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 122

In Cumberland County, that portion of the municipality of South Portland bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Providence Avenue and Highland Avenue intersect; then southwest on Highland Avenue to a stream near Kimball Brook; then southeast along the stream to Kimball Brook; then southwest along Kimball Brook to Ocean House Street; then north on Ocean House Street to Broadway; then west on Broadway to Boston and Maine Railroad; then west on Boston and Maine Railroad to a stream that intersects Broadway west of Anthione Street; then north on the stream to Casco Bay; then following the shoreline initially north and east around South Portland to the South Portland-Cape Elizabeth boundary; then west along the South Portland-Cape Elizabeth boundary to Trout Brook; then west along Trout Brook to Sawyer Street; then southwest along Sawyer Street to Marsh Road; then west along Marsh Road to S. Richland Street; then north along S. Richland Street to Trout Brook; then northwest along Trout Brook to Providence Avenue; then north on Providence Avenue to the beginning point.

State Representative District 123

In Cumberland County, that portion of the municipality of Cape Elizabeth described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Oceanhouse Street intersects with the Cape Elizabeth-South Portland boundary; then southeast on Ocean Point Road to Spurwink Avenue; then south on Spurwink Avenue to Pheasant Hill Road; then east on Pheasant Hill Road to Willow Brook; then southeast on Willow Brook to a point closest to the ending point of Patricia Drive; then east along a straight line to Patricia Drive; then east and south along Patricia Drive to Scott Dyer Road; then west on Scott Dyer Road to Willow Brook; then south on Willow Brook to Spurwink Creek; then southwest and then northwest on Spurwink Creek to the Cape Elizabeth-Scarborough boundary; then west along the Cape Elizabeth-Scarborough boundary to the Cape Elizabeth-South Portland boundary; then north along the Cape Elizabeth-South Portland boundary to the beginning point.

and that portion of South Portland described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Broadway intersects with Elm Street; then northwest on Elm Street to Boston and Maine Railroad (north of Atlantic Avenue); then northeast on Boston and Maine Railroad to its ending point; then continuing in a straight line from the ending point to the shoreline; then south and east along the shoreline to a stream (west of Anthione Street); then south along the stream to Boston and Maine Railroad; then east along Boston and Maine Railroad to Broadway; then east along Broadway to Ocean House Street; then south on Ocean House Street to Kimball Brook; then northeast on Kimball Brook to Highland Avenue; then northeast on Highland Avenue to Providence Avenue; then south on Providence Avenue to Trout Brook; then southeast on Trout Brook to South Richland Avenue; then south on South Richland Avenue to Marsh Road; then east on Marsh Road to Sawyer Street; then north on Sawyer Street to Trout Brook; then southeast on Trout Brook to the South Portland-Cape Elizabeth boundary; then southwest on the South Portland-Cape Elizabeth boundary to the South Portland-Scarborough boundary; then northwest along the South Portland-Scarborough boundary to Berwick Street; then north on Berwick Street to New York Avenue; then northwest on New York Avenue to Concord Street; then northeast on Concord Street to Massachusetts Avenue; then southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to Albany Street; then northeast on Albany Street to Rhode Island Avenue; then southeast on Rhode Island Avenue to Main Street; then northeast on Main Street to Carigan Avenue; then southeast on Carigan Avenue to Grandview Avenue; then northeast on Grandview Avenue to Gerry Avenue; then east on Gerry Avenue to Sunset Avenue; then north on Sunset Avenue to Union Street; then west on Union Street to Main Street; then northeast on Main Street to Rumery Street; then south on Rumery Street to Dartmouth Street; then east on Dartmouth Street to Hemco Road; then north on Hemco Road to Pleasant Avenue; then northeast on Pleasant Avenue to Rosedale Avenue; then southeast on Rosedale Avenue to the Boston and Maine Railroad; then northeast on the Boston and Maine Railroad to Evans Street; then southeast on Evans Street to Broadway;  then northeast on Broadway to Lemont Avenue; then southeast on Lemont Avenue to Hill Street; then northeast on Hill Street to Broadway; then northeast on Broadway to the beginning point.

State Representative District 124

In Cumberland County, that portion of the municipality of South Portland bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point of intersection of the South Portland-Scarborough-Westbrook boundaries; then east on the South Portland-Westbrook boundary to the South Portland-Portland boundary; then east on the South Portland-Portland boundary to Casco Bay; then south along the South Portland shoreline to a point on the shoreline located on a straight line from the ending point of the Boston and Maine Railroad; then southwest along a straight line to the ending point of the Boston and Maine Railroad; then southwest along the Boston and Maine Railroad to Elm Street; then southeast on Elm Street to Broadway; then southwest on Broadway to Hill Street; then southwest along Hill Street to Lemont Avenue; then northwest on Lemont Avenue to Broadway; then southwest on Broadway to Evans Street; then northwest on Evans Street to Boston and Maine Railroad; then southwest on Boston and Maine Railroad to a point southeast of the easternmost ending point of Rosedale Avenue; then northwest along a straight line to Rosedale Avenue; then northwest on Rosedale Avenue to Pleasant Avenue; then southwest on Pleasant Avenue to Hemco Road; then south on Hemco Road to Dartmouth Street; then west on Dartmouth Street to Rumery Street; then north on Rumery Street to Main Street; then southwest on Main Street to Union Street; then southeast on Union Street to Sunset Avenue; then south on Sunset Avenue to Gerry Avenue; then west on Gerry Avenue to Grandview Avenue; then south on Grandview Avenue to Carigan Avenue; then northwest on Carigan Avenue to Main Street; then southwest on Main Street to Rhode Island Avenue; then northwest on Rhode Island Avenue to Albany Street; then southwest on Albany Street to Massachusetts Avenue; then northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Concord Street; then southwest on Concord Street to New York Avenue; then southeast on New York Avenue to Berwick Street; then southeast on Berwick Street to the South Portland-Scarborough boundary; then northwest along the South Portland-Scarborough boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 125

In Cumberland County, that portion of the municipality of Westbrook north of a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where New Gorham Road intersects with the Westbrook-Gorham boundary; then east on New Gorham Road to Main Street; then east on Main Street to Dana Street; then north on Dana Street to the Presumpscot River shoreline; then east and northeast along the Presumpscot River shoreline to the Westbrook-Portland boundary.

State Representative District 126

In Cumberland County, that portion of the municipality of Westbrook south of a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where New Gorham Road intersects with the Westbrook-Gorham boundary; then east on New Gorham Road to Main Street; then east on Main Street to Dana Street; then north on Dana Street to the Presumpscot River shoreline; then east and northeast along the Presumpscot River shoreline to the Westbrook-Portland boundary.

State Representative District 127

In Cumberland County, that portion of the municipality of Scarborough east of a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the Boston and Maine Railroad intersects with the Scarborough-South Portland boundary; then south along a straight line to what is formally known as the Old Eastern Road; then south along what is formally known as the Old Eastern Road to Eastern Road; then southwest along Eastern Road to the point where Black Point Road and the Boston and Maine Railroad (or what is known as the Eastern Trail) intersect; then southwest along the Boston and Maine Railroad (or what is known as the Eastern Trail)  to the Scarborough River; then west along the Scarborough River to Pine Point Road; then north along Pine Point Road until it crosses the Dunstan Canal; then west along Dunstan Canal to Dunstan Landing Road; then north along Dunstan Landing Road to Orchard Street; then west along Orchard Street to Crossing Drive; then south along Crossing Drive to Carriage Way; then west along Carriage Way to Orchard Street; then west along Orchard Street to US Highway 1; then south along US Highway 1 to the Scarborough-Saco boundary.

State Representative District 128

In Cumberland County, that portion of the municipality of Scarborough west of a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the Boston and Maine Railroad intersects with the Scarborough-South Portland boundary; then south along a straight line to what is formally known as the Old Eastern Road; then south along what is formally known as the Old Eastern Road to Eastern Road; then southwest along Eastern Road to the point where Black Point Road and the Boston and Maine Railroad (or what is known as the Eastern Trail) intersect; then southwest along the Boston and Maine Railroad (or what is known as the Eastern Trail) to the Scarborough River; then crossing the Scarborough River and west along its shoreline to Pine Point Road; then north along Pine Point Road until it crosses the Dunstan Canal; then west along the Dunstan Canal to Dunstan Landing Road; then north along Dunstan Landing Road to Orchard Street; then west along Orchard Street to Crossing Drive; then south along Crossing Drive to Carriage Way; then west along Carriage Way to Orchard Street; then west along Orchard Street to US Highway 1; then south along US Highway 1 to the Scarborough-Saco boundary.

State Representative District 129

In Cumberland County, that portion of the municipality of Gorham east of a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Shad Gully Lane intersects with the Gorham-Standish boundary; then east on Shad Gully Lane to Fort Hill Road; then southeast on Fort Hill Road to School Street; then southeast on School Street to South Street; then southeast on South Street to Weeks Road; then southwest on Weeks Road to a stream (south of Solomon Drive); then southwest on the stream to Gully Brook; then southeast on Gully Brook to Stroudwater River; then west on Stroudwater River to Deering Road; then northwest on Deering  Road to the Gorham-Buxton boundary; then south on the Gorham-Buxton boundary to the Gorham-Scarborough boundary.

State Representative District 130

In Cumberland County, that portion of the municipality of Gorham west of a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Shad Gully Lane intersects with the Gorham-Standish boundary; then east on Shad Gully Lane to Fort Hill Road; then southeast on Fort Hill Road to School Street; then southeast on School Street to South Street; then southeast on South Street to Weeks Road; then southwest on Weeks Road to a stream (south of Solomon Drive); then southwest on the stream to Gully Brook; then southeast on Gully Brook to Stroudwater River; then west along Stroudwater River to Deering Road; then northwest on Deering  Road to the Gorham-Buxton boundary; then south on the Gorham-Buxton boundary to the Gorham-Scarborough boundary;

And in York County, that portion of the municipality of Buxton bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Saco Road intersects with the Buxton-Standish boundary; then southeast on Saco Road to Long Plains Road; then southeast on Long Plains Road to Dunnell Road; then northeast on Dunnell Road to Carll Road; then east and northeast on Carll Road to Waterman Road; then northeast on Waterman Road to Flaggy Meadow Road; then east on Flaggy Meadow Road to Webster Road; then north on Webster Road to Flaggy Meadow Road; then east on Flaggy Meadow Road to the Buxton-Gorham boundary; then northwest on the Buxton-Gorham boundary to the Buxton-Standish boundary; then northwest, southwest, northwest and southwest on the Buxton-Standish boundary to beginning point.

State Representative District 131

In York County, the municipality of Hollis and that portion of the municipality of Buxton bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Saco Road intersects with the Buxton-Standish boundary; then southeast on Saco Road to Long Plains Road; then southeast on Long Plains Road to Dunnell Road; then northeast on Dunnell Road to Carll Road; then east and northeast on Carll Road to Waterman Road; then northeast on Waterman Road to Flaggy Meadow Road; then east on Flaggy Meadow Road to Webster Road; then north on Webster Road to Flaggy Meadow Road; then east on Flaggy Meadow Road to the Buxton-Gorham boundary; then southeast and southwest on the Buxton-Gorham boundary to the Buxton-Scarborough boundary; then southwest on the Buxton-Scarborough boundary to the Buxton-Saco boundary; then southwest on the Buxton-Saco boundary to the Buxton-Dayton boundary (in the Saco River); then northwest on the Buxton-Dayton boundary to the Buxton-Hollis boundary; then northwest on the Buxton-Hollis boundary to the Buxton-Standish boundary; then west and northwest to the beginning point.

State Representative District 132

In York County, the municipality of Old Orchard Beach.

State Representative District 133

In York County, that portion of the municipality of Saco east of a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the Saco, Old Orchard Beach and Scarborough boundaries intersect; then south along the Saco-Old Orchard Beach boundary until it intersects with Goosefare Brook; then west along Goosefare Brook until it intersects with Main Street; then south along Main Street to Clark Street; then northwest along Clark Street to Union Street; then south along Union Street to North Street; then north along North Street to the Boston and Maine Railroad; then southwest along the Boston and Maine Railroad to Lincoln Street; then east along Lincoln Street to Market Street; then southeast along Market Street to the Saco River; then west along the Saco River to the Boston and Maine Railroad; then south along the Boston and Maine Railroad to the Saco-Biddeford boundary.

State Representative District 134

In York County, that portion of the municipality of Saco west of a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the Saco, Old Orchard Beach and Scarborough boundaries intersect; then south along the Saco-Old Orchard Beach boundary until it intersects with Goosefare Brook; then west along Goosefare Brook until it intersects with Main Street; then south along Main Street to Clark Street; then northwest along Clark Street to Union Street; then south along Union Street to North Street; then north along North Street to the Boston and Maine Railroad; then southwest along the Boston and Maine Railroad to Lincoln Street; then east along Lincoln Street to Market Street; then southeast along Market Street to the Saco River; then west along the Saco River to the Boston and Maine Railroad; then south along the Boston and Maine Railroad to the Saco-Biddeford boundary.

 State Representative District 135

In York County, that portion of the municipality of Biddeford bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at a point where the Biddeford, Arundel and Dayton boundaries intersect; then north along the Biddeford-Dayton boundary to the Biddeford-Saco boundary; then south along the Biddeford-Saco boundary to Pine Street; then east along Pine Street to Elm Street; then south along Elm Street to the Boston and Maine Railroad; then west along the Boston and Maine Railroad to South Street; then east along South Street to Crescent Street; then east along Crescent Street to Green Street; then south along Green Street to Mason Street; then east along Mason Street to Graham Street; then south along Graham Street to Alfred Street; then east along Alfred Street to Ray Street; then east along Ray Street to Victory Avenue; then east along Victory Avenue to Prospect Street; then south along Prospect Street to Wilson Street; then east along Wilson Street to Hill Street; then south along Hill Street to John Street; then east along John Street to the WPA drainage ditch; then east along the WPA drainage ditch to West Brook; then south along West Brook to Wilcox Pond; then south along Wilcox Pond to West Brook; then south along West Brook to a private driveway; then west along the private driveway to Granite Street; then south along Granite Street to its ending point; then south along a straight line from the end of Granite Street to the point where Biddeford, Arundel and Kennebunkport intersect; then northwest along the Biddeford-Arundel boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 136

In York County, that portion of the municipality of Biddeford described as follows:  Beginning at the point of intersection of the Boston and Maine Railroad and South Street; then east along the Boston and Maine Railroad to Elm Street; then north along Elm Street to Pine Street; then north along Pine Street until it intersects the Saco River at the Biddeford-Saco boundary; then east along the Biddeford-Saco boundary to Main Street; then west along Main Street to the Saco River shoreline; then east along the Saco River shoreline to West Brook; then south along West Brook to the WPA drainage ditch; then west along the WPA drainage ditch to John Street; then west along John Street to Hill Street; then north along Hill Street to Wilson Street; then west along Wilson Street to Prospect Street; then north along Prospect Street to Victory Avenue; then west along Victory Avenue to Ray Street; then west along Ray Street to Alfred Street; then west along Alfred Street to Graham Street; then north along Graham Street to Mason Street; then west along Mason Street to Green Street; then east along Green Street to Crescent Street; then west along Crescent Street to South Street; then west along South Street to the beginning point; and including Cow Island.

State Representative District 137

In York County, the municipalities of Kennebunkport, and that portion of Biddeford east of a line described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of West Brook and the Saco River; then south along West Brook until it intersects Wilcox Pond; then south along Wilcox Pond to West Brook; then south along West Brook to a private driveway; then west along the private driveway to Granite Street; then south along Granite Street to its ending point; then south along a straight line from the end of Granite Street to the point where Biddeford, Arundel and Kennebunkport intersect; including all islands.

 

State Representative District 138

In York County, the municipalities of Alfred, Limerick, Newfield and Shapleigh.

State Representative District 139

In York county, the municipalities of Waterboro and that portion of Lyman southwest of a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Jellerson Road intersects with the Lyman-Waterboro boundary; then southeast on Jellerson Road to East Waterboro Road; then northeast on East Waterboro Road to Clarks Woods Road; then east on Clarks Woods Road to Goodell Way; then south on Goodell Way to Swan Pond; then south and around to the northwest on the Swan Pond shoreline to Wanna Be Lane; then southwest and northwest on Wanna Be Lane to Oscar Littlefield Road; then south on Oscar Littlefield Road to South Waterboro Road; then east on South Waterboro Road to Huff Road; then south on Huff Road to Goodwins Mills Road; then south on Goodwins Mills Road to Alfred Road; then east on Alfred Road to the Lyman-Arundel boundary.

State Representative District 140

In York County, the municipalities of Arundel, Dayton and that portion of Kennebunk north of a line described as follows:  Beginning where the Kennebunk Road intersects with the Kennebunk-Lyman boundary; then southeast on the Kennebunk Road to the Old Alfred Road; then southeast on the Old Alfred Road to the Alfred Road; then southeast on the Alfred Road to Alewive Road; then southeast on Alewive Road (toward Interstate 95) to Fletcher Street; then southeast on Fletcher Street to Ross Road; then north, east and southeast on Ross Road to the Blue Star Memorial Highway (Portland Road);

and that portion of Lyman northeast of a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Jellerson Road intersects with the Lyman-Waterboro boundary; then southeast on Jellerson Road to East Waterboro Road; then northeast on East Waterboro Road to Clarks Woods Road; then east on Clarks Woods Road to Goodell Way; then south on Goodell Way to Swan Pond; then south and around to the northwest on the Swan Pond shoreline to Wanna Be Lane; then southwest and northwest on Wanna Be Lane to Oscar Littlefield Road; then south on Oscar Littlefield Road to South Waterboro Road; then east on South Waterboro Road to Huff Road; then south on Huff Road to Goodwins Mills Road; then south on Goodwins Mills Road to Alfred Road; then east on Alfred Road to the Lyman-Arundel boundary.

State Representative District 141

In York county, that portion of the municipality of  Kennebunk south of a line described as follows: Beginning where the Kennebunk Road intersects with the Kennebunk-Lyman boundary; then southeast on the Kennebunk Road to the Old Alfred Road; then southeast on the Old Alfred Road to the Alfred Road; then southeast on the Alfred Road to Alewive Road; then southeast on Alewive Road (toward Interstate 95) to Fletcher Street; then southeast on Fletcher Street to Ross Road; then north, east and southeast on Ross Road to the Blue Star Memorial Highway (Portland Road); then northeast on the Blue Star Memorial Highway to the Kennebunk-Arundel boundary; then southeast on the Kennebunk-Arundel boundary to the Kennebunk-Kennebunkport boundary; then southeast on the Kennebunk-Kennebunkport boundary to where the Kennebunk River enters an inlet to the Atlantic Ocean east of Harbour Lane.

State Representative District 142

In York County, that portion of the municipality of Sanford east of a line described as follows:  Beginning where U.S. Highway 202 intersects with the Sanford-Alfred boundary; then south on U.S. Highway 202 to Grammar Road; then southeast on Grammar Road to Grammar Street; then southwest on Grammar Street to Bateman Street; then southeast on Bateman Street to Madison Street; then southwest on Madison Street to High Street; then northwest on High Street to Yale Street; then southwest on Yale Street to Emery Street; then southwest on Emery Street to Main Street; then north on Main Street to Emerson Street; then southwest on Emerson Street to its ending point; then southwest along a straight line from the end of Emerson Street to  Berwick Street; then south on Berwick Street to Twombley Road; then south on Twombley Road to North Berwick Road; then south on North Berwick Road to Bauneg Beg Road; then southwest on Bauneg Beg Road to an extension of Great Works River (running west through Bauneg Beg Road); then northwest along the extension of Great Works River to the Sanford-North Berwick boundary.

State Representative District 143

In York county, that portion of the municipality of Sanford east of a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Elm Street intersects with the Sanford-Shapleigh boundary; then south on Elm Street to Payne Street; then south on Payne Street to Bridge Street; then southwest on Bridge Street to Oak Street; then southwest on Oak Street to Harry Howes Road; then east on Harry Howes Road to Hanson Ridge Road; then southeast on Hanson Ridge Road to Lebanon Street; then south on Lebanon Street to Middle Street; then southeast on Middle Street to Kimball Street; then south on Kimball Street to Beacon Street; then east on Beacon Street to Pleasant Street; then south on Pleasant Street to Pine Avenue; then east on Pine Avenue to North Berwick Road; then south on North Berwick Road to a point southwest of Emerson Street; then northeast on a straight line to Emerson Street; then northeast on Emerson Street to Main Street; then southeast on Main Street to Emery Street; then northeast on Emery Street to Yale Street; then northeast on Yale Street to High Street; then east on High Street to Madison Street; then northeast on Madison Street to Bateman Street; then northwest on Bateman Street to Grammar Street; then northeast on Grammar Street to Grammar Road; then northwest on Grammar Road to U.S. Highway 202; then northeast on U.S. Highway 202 to the Sanford-Alfred boundary; then northwest on the Sanford-Alfred boundary to the Sanford-Shapleigh boundary; then west on the Sanford-Shapleigh boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 144

In York county, the municipalities of Acton and that portion of Sanford west of a line described as follows: Beginning where Elm Street intersects with the Sanford-Shapleigh boundary; then south on Elm Street to Payne Street; then south on Payne Street to Bridge Street; then southwest on Bridge Street to Oak Street; then southwest on Oak Street to Harry Howes Road; then east on Harry Howes Road to Hanson Ridge Road; then southeast on Hanson Ridge Road to Lebanon Street; then south on Lebanon Street to Middle Street; then southeast on Middle Street to Kimball Street; then south on Kimball Street to Beacon Street; then east on Beacon Street to Pleasant Street; then south on Pleasant Street to Pine Avenue; then east on Pine Avenue to North Berwick Road; then south on North Berwick Road to Twombley Road; then south on Twombley Road to North Berwick Road; then south on North Berwick Road to Bauneg Beg Road; then southwest on Bauneg Beg Road to an extension of Great Works River (running west through Bauneg Beg Road); then northwest along the extension of Great Works River to the Sanford-North Berwick boundary;

and that portion of the municipality of Lebanon north of a line described as follows:  Beginning at the western boundary of Lebanon where an extension of the Salmon Falls River branches to the east; then east along the extension of the Salmon Falls River to Orrills Hill Road; then southeast on Orrills Hill Road to Jim Grant Road; then northeast on Jim Grant Road to Merchants Row; then southeast on Merchants Row to Upper Guinea Road; then northeast on Upper Guinea Road to Center Road; then southeast on Center Road to Long Swamp Road; then south on Long Swamp Road to the Lebanon-Berwick boundary.

State Representative District 145

In York county, the municipalities of Berwick and that portion of Lebanon south of a line described as follows:  Beginning at the western boundary of Lebanon where an extension of the Salmon Falls River branches to the east; then east along the extension of the Salmon Falls River to Orrills Hill Road; then southeast on Orrills Hill Road to Jim Grant Road; then northeast on Jim Grant Road to Merchants Row; then southeast on Merchants Row to Upper Guinea Road; then northeast on Upper Guinea Road to Center Road; then southeast on Center Road to Long Swamp Road; then south on Long Swamp Road to the Lebanon-Berwick boundary.

State Representative District 146

In York County the municipalities of North Berwick and that portion of South Berwick bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the South Berwick-North Berwick-Wells boundaries intersect; then south and southeast on the South Berwick-Wells boundary to the South Berwick-York boundary; then southwest on the South Berwick-York boundary to Chicks Brook; then northwest on Chicks Brook to Great Works River; then southwest on Great Works River to Whites Marsh Brook; then southeast on Whites Marsh Brook to Emerys Bridge Road; then southwest and then northwest on Emerys Bridge Road to Great Works River; then south on Great Works River to a stream extending southward beyond Great Works River; then south on the stream to Quarry Drive; then south and then west on Quarry Drive to Dow Highway; then northwest on Dow Highway to Academy Street; then north on Academy Street to Wadleigh Lane; then north and then west on Wadleigh Lane to Academy Street; then northwest on Academy Street to Main Street; then southwest on Main Street to Garland Street; then west on Garland Street to Salmon Falls River; then south on the Salmon Falls River to Portland Avenue; then southwest on Portland Avenue (crossing Salmon Falls River) to the western shoreline of Salmon Falls River (South Berwick-New Hampshire boundary); then northwest along the Salmon Falls River shoreline (South Berwick-New Hampshire boundary) to the South Berwick-Berwick boundary; then northeast on the South Berwick-Berwick boundary to the South Berwick-North Berwick boundary; then northeast on the South Berwick-North Berwick boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 147

In York County, that portion of the municipality of Wells west of Interstate 95 from Stevens Brook southward to the Wells-Ogunquit boundary; and north of Stevens Brook along a line from Interstate 95 eastward to Post Road; then north on Post Road to Eldridge Road; then east on Eldridge Road to Ocean Avenue; then southeast on Ocean Avenue to Old Point Lane; then east on Old Point Lane to the Atlantic Ocean.

State Representative District 148

In York County, the municipalities of Eliot and that portion of South Berwick bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Chicks Brook intersects with the South Berwick-York boundary to Chicks Brook; then northwest on Chicks Brook to Great Works River; then southwest on Great Works River to Whites Marsh Brook; then southeast on Whites Marsh Brook to Emerys Bridge Road; then southwest and then northwest on Emerys Bridge Road to Great Works River; then south on Great Works River to a stream extending southward beyond Great Works River; then south on the  stream to Quarry Drive; then south and then west on Quarry Drive to Dow Highway; then northwest on Dow Highway to Academy Street; then north on Academy Street to Wadleigh Lane; then north and then west on Wadleigh Lane to Academy Street; then northwest on Academy Street to Main Street; then southwest on Main Street to Garland Street; then west on Garland Street to Salmon Falls River; then south on Salmon Falls River to Portland Avenue; then southwest on Portland Avenue (crossing Salmon Falls River) to the South Berwick-New Hampshire boundary; then south along the South Berwick-New Hampshire boundary to the South Berwick-Eliot boundary; then northeast on the South Berwick-Eliot boundary to the South Berwick-York boundary; then northeast on the South Berwick-York boundary to the beginning point.

State Representative District 149

In York County, the municipalities of Ogunquit and that portion of Wells east of Interstate 95 and south of a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Stevens Brook intersects with Interstate 95; then east along Stevens Brook to Post Road; then north on Post Road to Eldridge Road; then east on Eldridge Road to Ocean Avenue; then southeast on Ocean Avenue to Old Point Lane; then east on Old Point Lane to its ending point; then east along a straight line from the ending point of Old Point Lane to the Atlantic Ocean;

and that portion of York bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where the York-Wells-Ogunquit boundaries intersect; then southeast along the York-Wells boundary to the York-Ogunquit boundary; then southeast along the York-Ogunquit boundary to the Atlantic Ocean; then south along the Atlantic Ocean shoreline, and continuing west along an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean near Algonic Road to an extension of the Cape Neddick River; then west on the extension of the Cape Neddick River to State Road; then north on State Road to Mountain Road; then northwest on Mountain Road to Interstate 95; then south on Interstate 95 to South Berwick Road; then northwest on South Berwick Road to Cider Hill Road; then northwest on Cider Hill Road to Moulton Brook; then southwest on Moulton Brook to Cider Hill Creek; then southwest on the eastern shoreline of Cider Hill Creek to York River; then southeast on York River to Interstate 95; then south on Interstate 95 to the other side of the York River; then south on the York River to Libby Brook; then south on Libby Brook to the York-Kittery boundary; then northwest on the York-Kittery boundary to the York-Eliot boundary; then northwest on the York-Eliot boundary to the York-South Berwick boundary; then northeast on the York-South Berwick boundary to the York-Wells boundary; then southeast on the York-Wells boundary to the beginning point;

and that portion of Kittery west of Interstate 95.

State Representative District 150

In York County, that portion of the municipality of York bounded by a line described as follows:  Beginning at the point where Mountain Road intersects with Interstate 95; then south on Interstate 95 to South Berwick Road; then northwest on South Berwick Road to Cider Hill Road; then northwest on Cider Hill Road to Moulton Brook; then southwest on Moulton Brook to Cider Hill Creek; then southwest on the eastern shoreline of Cider Hill Creek to York River; then southeast on York River to Interstate 95; then south on Interstate 95 to the other side of the York River; then south on the York River to Libby Brook; then south on Libby Brook to the York-Kittery boundary; then southeast on the York-Kittery boundary to the Atlantic Ocean; then north along the Atlantic Ocean shoreline, and continuing west along an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean near Shore Road to an extension of the Cape Neddick River; then west on the extension of the Cape Neddick River to State Road; then north on State Road to Mountain Road; then northwest on Mountain Road to the beginning point.

State Representative District 151

In York County, that portion of the municipality of Kittery east of Interstate 95, including all islands.