Senator Johnson lives in Somerville with his wife, Valarie in the house they built together 25 years ago. He is a graduate of Bangor High School and the University of Maine.

Johnson also currently represents Somerville on the board of directors for Sheepscot Valley Regional School Unit 12 and the Lincoln County Regional Planning Commission.

Radio Address: Johnson says: Dems made small business a top priority by supporting entrepreneurs and developing workforce training

Maine small businesses are the driving force of our local economy. Our downtown shops, small restaurants, local offices and natural resource based businesses are owned by our friends, neighbors, and family members. Each and every one of them is helping to build our economy.   Good Morning, this is State Senator Chris Johnson of Somerville....

SENATOR JOHNSON CONDUCTS LOCAL BUSINESSES LISTENING TOUR

Senator’s business visits emphasize the importance of small businesses to local economy   [AUGUSTA] –  Democratic Senator Chris Johnson of Somerville joined Democratic Senators across the state this week to meet with local business owners and staff on Monday to discuss the opportunities and challenges facing small businesses in Maine.   “These businesses are a...

MAINE SENATE CONFIRMS 50 LEPAGE NOMINEES

Rejects Dench for top post at UMaine System   AUGUSTA–The Maine Senate reconvened today to confirm 50 of Governor Paul LePage’s political appointments to various state boards and commissions, rejecting only one unqualified nominee.   “It’s disappointing that politics and partisanship was injected,” said Assistant Senate Majority Leader Anne Haskell of Portland, who has served...