November 8, 2022
What do I consider my biggest legislative accomplishments during the past 2 years?
When I am re-elected, what items/issues would be priorities and what might be ways to address them?
What are the three biggest challenges Maine faces in the next three years?
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“Walter is a boots-on-the-ground systems thinker who understands the essentials of a healthy community. One of the key components is recognizing the importance of healthy children and families and what this means for a successful future in our communities. His interest lies squarely with his constituents and his success in advocating and voting for essential legislation is a testament to his commitment and dedication to serve. It has been a privilege to connect with Walter on the issues that make a difference to our towns including recovery from a pandemic, making resources available to address the mental health and drug crises. We are lucky to have someone of his caliber working for us.”
Dr Jeffrey Barkin, MD. DFAPA
President. Maine Medical Association
Past President and current board member, Tri County Mental Health
“Walter Riseman is one of the most dedicated people I know when it comes to helping others, not only in his private life, but his professional life as well. Walter puts his decades of experience being the CFO of a large corporation and his years of being a small business owner himself to work for others whenever needed.”
Glen Holmes and other professionals in the economic development field
"I want to say thank you. When I lived in Bridgton, I had called your office and complained about how I have custody of my nephew who was born opioid addicted and how he was denied services for 6 years. But you sir stepped right up to help him. Now he has had his testing done , a counselor appointed , a better school. All because you took the time to care. We need more people like yourself. Thank you, Thank you so very much. I wish there was more I could do. You have given him a better chance at life. Thank you"
Former Bridgton Resident