Legislative Policy Committee

MMA's legislative platforms, policies, and positions are developed by a 70-member Legislative Policy Committee (LPC), which is made up of two municipal officials from each of the state's 35 Senate Districts. The LPC representatives are elected to that position by the municipal officers within their Senate District. The roles and responsibilities of the LPC and its procedural guidelines are all detailed in the LPC Handbook.

MMA’s 2024-2026 Legislative Platform Member Survey

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Click here to view the memo.

2024-26 LPC Elections

With the close of the nomination period on June 12 for the 2024-26 Legislative Policy Committee, MMA’s member municipalities have made their choice for nominations, and election ballots were sent to the key official in all member towns on June 13. Ballots must be signed by the selectboard or council members before being returned by the August 1, 2024, deadline. The top of each ballot details how many candidates to vote for and gives the option to utilize the write-in portion of the ballot, which is particularly important in districts with either one or no nominations. Please be sure your write-in candidate is willing to serve if elected. For those utilizing the write-in option, you may want to lobby other towns in the district (listed on the back of each ballot) to also write in your candidate. Below you will find the memo and official ballots for each district.


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