Owen Casas - Independent Rep for District 94
Contact: Owen Casas
34 South St.
Rockport, ME 04856
Phone: 207-333-0067

Re-Elect Rep Owen Casas


Owen Casas was born and raised in Washington, Maine, and now lives with his wife and three children in Rockport. He is a honor graduate of the University of Maine, and holds a masters degree from Case Western Reserve University in Positive Organizational Development.


Owen is a long time stone mason, former commercial fisherman, former U.S. Marine Corps sergeant, Iraq veteran, former Rockport Select Board member and vice chair, currently sits on the Rockport Budget Committee, and chairs the Mid-Coast Solid Waste Corp.


He is running for re-election in District 94 as an Independent because he believes
citizens on all ends of the political spectrum have something to offer and that an inclusive and moderate discussion that brings the public together is the proper approach for positive change in the community and state. He continues to be welcoming of, and desires, open dialogue from all members of the community, and said opinions, advice and help are appreciated.

Owen's key priority is functioning government. A government where issues pertaining to veterans, heroin and opioid recovery/ treatment, proper funding of the public education system, and environmental and economic sustainability can be discussed in a non-partisan manner. 

Owen can be reached at or found on Facebook at CasasforRepofMaineHouseDistrict94/


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