Andrew Mason Announces Candidacy for House District 60 (Topsham)

Posted on March 2, 2012. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: |

From his press release:

Andrew Mason has announced his bid for election to the Maine House of Representatives, District 60, serving most of Topsham. Mr. Mason is currently a Topsham Selectman. He lives in Topsham with his wife, Michelle, and daughter Sydney, age 9, who attends Woodside Elementary. Mr. Mason is a lawyer at Reben, Benjamin & March specializing in representing workers in injury, disability, and discrimination matters.

Mason explained why he has chosen to run; “First and foremost I am Sydney’s Dad and I care deeply about where our town and state are headed. I have a unique background that gives me the tools and perspective to serve Topsham well. Before becoming a lawyer, I was a small business owner, a social studies teacher, and a blind rehabilitation specialist serving children and adults. I have been a union member and my Dad is a Navy veteran.”

Mason continued, “Advocating on behalf of others is what I have always done. I pride myself on being open-minded and pragmatic, on dealing respectfully with people from all walks of life, and most importantly, solving problems. I understand where a lot of people in Topsham are coming from.”

His campaign plan includes knocking on the doors of Topsham residents and giving them a chance to get to know him. “I look forward to talking to people on their front steps and hearing about their concerns, I hope they’ll take the time to tell me what they want to see done in Augusta and honor me with their vote in November.”

He can be reached at 319-2906 or at

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