Sen. Rebecca Millett (D-Cumberland) supporting ONTP on LD 1842
LD798 Work Session - Senator Rebecca Millett speaks to Representative Shelley Rudnicki
House Minority Leader Rebecca Rios - Signing Event - Opioids Special Session
Rebecca J. Millett is an American politician from Maine. Millett is a Democrat State Senator from Maine's 29th District, representing South Portland, Cape Elizabeth and part of Scarborough. From 2004-2010, Millett served on the Cape Elizabeth School Board. She won a primary for Senate 29 over South Portland Representative Bryan Kaenrath in June 2012 and was first elected to the Maine State Senate the following November after defeating Republican Mike Wallace. The seat was held by Larry Bliss until his mid-term resignation in 2011. He was replaced by Cape Elizabeth resident and State Representative Cynthia Dill, who in turn decided not to seek a full term and instead to pursue the open seat in the United States Senate.