Hello and welcome to my website. Here you'll find news about my campaign and ways to contact me if I can be of assistance.
This will be an important election, and I ask for your vote for State Representative.
With budget shortfalls and too much partisanship, the State House has been a challenging place, but I know that people in Waterville and Oakland face even bigger challenges.
That's why I authored bipartisan legislation signed by Governor LePage to help small businesses create jobs, and support efforts to reform the safety net.
I'll work with anyone to jumpstart the local economy-but I'm proud to say I've stood up to some of the harmful changes coming out of Augusta. I voted against cuts to early childhood programs that affect local services like Educare, and I opposed cuts to prescription drug help for our seniors. I voted to amend the state budget to stop harmful changes to the pensions of retired workers and teachers, and I know that creating jobs is more complex than simply cutting taxes for the very rich.
Every day in Augusta I make tough choices that will allow the next generation in Maine to be winners in the future. Please contact me if you have questions or concerns, and I do hope I can have your vote on November 6th,
Top News Item
Waterville, Me. – Former U.S. Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell endorsed State Rep. Henry Beck, D-Waterville for another term in the Maine Legislature.
“I have known Henry for several years, and I know he does what is best for the people of Waterville and Oakland,” said Senator Mitchell. “Henry sponsored bipartisan legislation to help small businesses, and Henry opposed cuts to early childhood programs. This is an important election and your vote for Henry will make a difference.” more »