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Susan Collins Contact & Bio Information

Susan Collins
Born 12/07/1952 (Age 68)
Religion:Catholic
Contact Senator Susan Collins (R) by email address, mailing address, Maine & DC office phone numbers, and Facebook, Twitter & YouTube social media websites:
DC Phone Number: 202-224-2523
Government Website: collins.senate.gov

Susan Collins Congress Details

Years in Congress: 01/03/1997 - Present
Committee Leadership: Aging
Committees On: Appropriations & Intelligence

Susan Collins History

U.S. Senator from Maine (01/03/1997 - Present)
College Attended: St. Lawrence University ('75)
Degrees Earned: Bachelors Degree Political Science (75)
Prior Occupations: State Employee
Previous Susan Collins Debates (EST)
  • Presque Isle, ME
  • Sara Gideon
    Gideon
    Susan Collins
    Collins
    Senator Susan Collins and Maine state House speaker Sara Gideon faced off in a debate for the Senate seat currently held by Ms. Collins in Presque Isle, Maine. The two traded a number of barbs, with Gideon consistently trying to punch a hole through Collins carefully crafted centrist image by reminding Maine voters of how often she has sided with Donald Trump, especially when it comes to tax cuts, "rubber stamping" Trump's judicial nominations, and "push[ing] the Supreme Court far to the right" while Collins accused Gideon of not lifting "a finger to do anything about the coronavirus".
Previous Susan Collins Speaking Engagements (EST)
Susan Collins Videos of Notable Speaking Engagements
Susan Collins Victory Speech | 2020 Senate Election
Susan Collins Victory Speech | 2020 Senate Election
2020 Maine Senate Debate
Senator Susan Collins and Maine state House speaker Sara Gideon faced off in a debate for the Senate seat currently held by Ms. Collins in Presque Isle, Maine. The two traded a number of barbs, with Gideon consistently trying to punch a hole through Collins carefully crafted centrist image by reminding Maine voters of how often she has sided with Donald Trump, especially when it comes to tax cuts, "rubber stamping" Trump's judicial nominations, and "push[ing] the Supreme Court far to the right" while Collins accused Gideon of not lifting "a finger to do anything about the coronavirus".