Maine Green Independent Party representative Henry Bear has successfully entered into the race for District 2 of the Maine State Senate. Bear, a member of… Read More »Henry Bear: An authentic voice for the people
Henry Bear of the Maine Green Independent Party has been added as a write-in candidate for election to the Maine State Senate to represent District 2. Election day is November 3, 2020.
The Continuing Impact in Maine of the 1776 Treaty of Alliance and Friendship Between the Wabanaki and the United States of America
The Maliseet Nation has throughout our history retained our ancient and aboriginal rights to fish, hunt, and maintain sovereignty and ownership for political, legal and… Read More »The Continuing Impact in Maine of the 1776 Treaty of Alliance and Friendship Between the Wabanaki and the United States of America
Article Marina Villeneuve, Associated Press PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A small but growing number of independent state lawmakers who have weakened Democrats’ hold on… Read More »Maine House makes room for more independent lawmakers
If Bear wins, he would be the first Native American member of Congress from New England and the first in more than a century to claim a House seat from the East Coast.
The “Henry Bear for Congress 2018” campaign will take a lot of work and I am prepared to do what it takes to propose answers to Maine people, and then represent your decisions to Congress after the election. However, I will not accept contributions from corporations; this is the very influence that has divorced our government from the people’s majority in the past.
In an official press release, the United States Green Party announced the registration of Henry John Bear as a member of the Maine Green Independent Party. On Friday, Bear will officially announce his candidacy for U.S. House Representative to Maine’s Second Congressional District.