Democrat Don Crossman of Milo Announces Candidacy for House District 120

Posted on February 17, 2014. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , |

Via press release- Don is the former chair of the Piscataquis County Democratic Committee:

    Don Crossman seeks House Seat 120

MILO, Maine — Don Crossman of Milo is a candidate for House District 120. He is dedicated to improving the lives of Piscataquis county citizens via common sense legislation, valuing self reliance and accountability. “I believe that I will be an asset to Piscataquis County at this time of opportunity for rural Maine.” Don lists his priority’s as twofold:

don crossman hd 1201. Economic development:

    “Piscataquis County is ready for growth. It will not likely arrive as a Private Prison in Milo or a Resort in Brownville. As a community, we have expended much energy, time and tax payer’s money on looking outside our county for the economic cure that has not arrived. I say look inward to the successful small businessmen who are the foundation of our local economy. They have the answers in their success. One job at a time.”

2. Taxation:

    “Taxes are payment for services rendered. The question is are we as rural Maine citizens getting the best bang for our buck, There is no free meal and never has been. Every dollar your government spends comes from our collective wallets. We can do better.”

Community Service:

Don has been a member of the MSAD 41 Board of Directors for the past 9 years serving the last seven as the Board Chair. He has helped maintain budgets that are lean, affordable and meet the needs of our children. He has lead this board in its formation of AOS-43 and respective savings our communities have experienced because of this consolidation. Of more importance, this sharing of resources will present, expanding opportunities for our children.

He has been a strong advocate of small rural schools fighting to maintain the viability of all of our schools in the District. “Our schools are the heart and soul of our communities.“

He served for several years as an EMT for Three Rivers Ambulance enjoying this opportunity to serve the public.

His experience as a small business owner has taught him the value of a dollar and the need to stay with a budget that is affordable. He has the ability to make the tough financial choices that will be necessary. Don currently serves as the treasurer of one of Piscatquis county s oldest stock clubs.

Military Experience:

Don served on active duty with the U.S. Army from 1969-1972 continuing on as a part–time soldier with the Maine Army National Guard until his retirement in 1997.


Don has been employed at the Dorothea Dix Psychiatric center for the past 24 years. He retired In June 2013 as the Clinical Nurse Manager of an acute psychiatric unit taking pride in the excellent care this facility provides to our citizens.

Don is married to the former Joni Bishop of Lagrange, who is employed as the Director of Nursing of DDPC in Bangor.

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