Amy Kuhn
State Representative for House District 111

About Amy


Rep. Amy Kuhn is currently in her first term in the Maine House of Representatives where she serves on the Joint Standing Committee on Judiciary. Since joining the legislature in 2022, Amy has championed bills to support public education, reduce property taxes, invest in Maine’s trails and clean drinking water, support renewable energy, protect reproductive rights, enact common sense gun safety reform, among other items.  

Prior to serving in the legislature, Amy has been an active Falmouth community member. She served on the Falmouth Town Council from 2018 to 2024 (as Chair for three years). She has also volunteered for numerous community organizations, including the Falmouth Memorial Library Board of Trustees (past president), the Falmouth Food Pantry, Falmouth schools, youth booster organizations and more.

Rep. Kuhn holds a bachelor’s degree from Goucher College. She is a graduate of George Washington University Law School and is a member of the Maine Bar. Prior to her public service, she worked with nonprofit organizations in Maine for nearly 20 years. 

Amy moved from Portland to Falmouth in 2004 with her husband Jamie because they wanted to raise their three kids in a great community with outstanding schools and easy access to recreation. In her free time, Rep. Kuhn enjoys walking in the Falmouth Nature Preserve, spending time on Casco Bay, and snowshoeing in Rangeley. 

Amy is excited to be running for re-election to the Maine House of Representatives to continue serving the residents of Falmouth.

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On the Issues

Ensuring High Quality Education

High quality public education is an important driver for Maine’s future. We should support our K-12 students by providing schools with the resources they need to help all students catch up from the pandemic and go on to thrive. To do that, it is critical that the state continue to meet its 55% funding commitment. We can also provide opportunities for prosperity and help meet our work force needs by increasing access to higher education, including community colleges and the trades.

Environmental Protection

Maine needs to invest in clean, renewable energy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, while growing good jobs in green industries. We must also cultivate our climate change resilience to mitigate impacts, including protecting vulnerable populations in our communities and vulnerable industries that are important to the state’s economy. Finally, we must safeguard our open spaces and natural resources to preserve what makes Maine a great place to live.

Strong Fiscal Management

We need to continue with strong fiscal policies that will keep taxes as low as possible while providing for important priorities such as high quality education, preserving our natural environment for future generations, and supporting seniors so they can age in place.

Preserving Our Free and Fair Elections

Maine has strong protections for our free and fair elections. I am committed to safeguarding those protections so that all eligible voters have access to the ballot.

Protecting Patients' Access to Healthcare

Decisions about reproductive healthcare are private and should be made between patients and their providers. Fortunately, Maine has strong protections that safeguard access to reproductive healthcare. I am committed to defending these longstanding protections.


As we move into fall, many Maine families are struggling with high cost of living. Although there is no easy fix for this global problem, we should make sure that our neighbors are able to access all the support that is available now, including home heating assistance, prescription drug savings for seniors and people with disabilities, and the recently adopted senior property tax relief program. We should also continue to incentivize energy efficient home heating options that reduce carbon emissions and cost less to operate.

In Support of Amy

Honorable Cathy Breen

Amy is an experienced leader who has championed Falmouth’s priorities in


Senator Teresa Pierce

Amy is a thoughtful listener, clear communicator and decisive decision-maker, all qualities that are critical to being a successful legislator in Augusta.

Dorothy A. Blanchette

Amy has been committed to public service in Falmouth for many years. She is a

perceptive and compassionate neighbor who is accessible and responsive.

Ted Asherman

Amy is a natural leader, always open to new thoughts and ideas, with a commitment

to getting the job done well.

Allison Bishop

Amy is an excellent leader – she is open, easy to talk to, and genuinely curious.

She is extremely respectful and seeks to understand all perspectives.


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