Anna Trevorrow, At-large Portland Charter Commissioner

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WEN Article Announcing Trevorrow Campaign for Green Nomination in State House District 120

Trevorrow Enters East End Legislative Race

Maine Green Independent Party State Chair Anna Trevorrow has announced that she will be a candidate for the Maine State Legislature from District 120, which covers Munjoy Hill and Downtown as far west as State Street. The seat is currently held by Democrat Diane Russel, who was elected in 2008.

Trevorrow currently serves on the Portland Charter Commission. She ran unsuccessfully for the Portland School Committee in 2008. She would face another candidate in a Green Party primary election in June. Portland cab driver Charles Bragdon is also a candidate for the seat. Trevorrow said that a primary race would be good for the party, and that she was hoping to become the most viable Green Party candidate for the legislature since John Eder represented the West End's District 118 from 2002 to 2006.

Trevorrow lives on Congress Street with her partner Anthony Zeli, and works as a customer service representative for Norway Savings Bank.

Bragdon ran unsuccessfully for the Portland City Council's East End seat last year. He recently changed party enrollment from Democrat to Green.