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A little about me…

I’m a proud Mainer many generations over. I’m a dad of 3 school age kids, Riley, Kelsey and Colin who are going into 8th, 5th and 3rd grade respectively. I’m also a Mason and am on the Planning Board in Cumberland. My wife Laura is a kindergarten teacher in Windham.

I was raised in Clinton on a dairy farm and know all about long, dirty, hard work days.  Over the years, I played, football, baseball, basketball, soccer and track. My favorites being football and pole vault. I was active in school including NHS and Student Council President.

I’ve always had a need to be involved and like to help make things better, and still do, whether that is coaching, chaperoning the ski programs or helping at running club or the triathlon or planning board or wherever, I’d rather help than just watch.

I’ve been an entrepreneur always, starting my first business at age 16, then opening a retail store at age 19 and currently own 2 small businesses (www.rexxhome.com) and (www.refedge.com) – I know fiscal responsibility and stretching a dollar.

After some time away in Massachusetts mostly, I moved back to Maine 8 years ago and happily settled here. 

I …want to say that Jason Record is a smart, dedicated, great guy and would represent Cumberland very well.
Jen Pincus
Jason Record - Maine
1 day ago

I will be on WLOB tomorrow morning speaking in support of our school SRO. About 7am.

1 week ago
Meet the Candidates Night - Wednesday, June 24th

Lots of good input from all the candidates at last night's "Meet the Candidates" event. We each had opening comments, then 5 questions, then closing comments. Please get informed by watching the ... See more

To learn more about the candidates running for Town Council, visit the Town Website: https://www.cumberlandmaine.com/candidates-july2020

3 weeks ago
Bureau of Corporations, Elections & Commissions

Absentee Voting Details...
Voting this year could be challenging. Absentee voting can be done early with no physical interaction. Election day is July 14. Absentee ballots can be sent out by mail ... See more

Online Absentee Ballot Request Use this online service to request your absentee ballot electronically. The ballot will be sent to you via postal mail and must be returned to your municipal clerk by ... See more

1 month ago
*Election - July 14, 2020* | Cumberland ME

https://www.cumberlandmaine.com/election-information/pages/election-july-14-2020

On Tuesday, July 14th there will be a State Primary & Referendum, Municipal, and MSAD #51 Budget Validation Referendum Election. Absentee Ballots

1 month ago
Bureau of Corporations, Elections & Commissions

In these crazy time, it is likely that voting this year could be challenging, for the town and individuals. Absentee voting can be done early with no physical interaction. As you know, election day ... See more

Online Absentee Ballot Request Use this online service to request your absentee ballot electronically. The ballot will be sent to you via postal mail and must be returned to your municipal clerk by ... See more

2 months ago
GPCOG 2019 Cumberland Growth Report | Jason Record - Cumberland Center, Maine

Here is the GPCOG town growth report mentioned. Anyone concerned with our town and schools' growth should find it interesting... http://jasonrecordmaine.com/gpcog-2019-cumberland-growth-report/

GPCOG 2019 Cumberland Growth Report by jason | Apr 22, 2020 | Uncategorized | 0 comments GPCOG-19-05-14-Cumberland-Memo-on-GrowthDownload   This report, done for the planning board last year, gives ... See more

2 months ago

Alex Lear of The Forecaster was kind enough to include me in interviews for an article. Below is our discussion on some important current issues. I welcome residents' input.

-Thoughts on the town ... See more

2 months ago

As of April 8th, it's official, I'm running for Town Council for Cumberland. All residents get to vote on all seats but the 7 seats are broken out as West Cumberland, Cumberland Center, Foreside and ... See more

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