Liam Sigaud

Liam Sigaud is the Policy Analyst for The Maine Heritage Policy Center as well as a staff writer for The Maine Wire. A native of Rockland Maine, he holds a B.A. in Biology from the University of Maine at Augusta, and is an experienced researcher within the health policy field.  He can be reached by email at

Jacob Posik

Jacob Posik, of Turner, is the editor of the Maine Wire. He can be reached by email at


Bruce Poliquin

Congressman Bruce Poliquin Congressman Bruce Poliquin is a third generation Mainer from a big-hearted Franco-American family.  He was appointed to the House Financial Services Committee where he works on a wide range of issues related to providing oversight of the financial services sector and helping to grow the American economy.

John Frary

Professor John Frary of Farmington, Maine is a former US Congress candidate and retired history professor, a Board Member of Maine Taxpayers United and publisher of and can be reached at:

Joe Horvath

Joe Horvath is a policy fellow at The Maine Heritage Policy Center. A resident of Connecticut, he serves as the assistant director of policy for the Yankee Institute for Public Policy. Previously, he worked as a research analyst for the American Legislative Exchange Council Center for State Fiscal Reform. His work has appeared in Bloomberg BNA, Tax Analysts and the Hartford Business Journal.

Nick Isgro

Nick Isgro is the Mayor of Waterville, Maine. He also works as Controller for Skowhegan Savings Bank. Nick is a native of Waterville where he resides with his wife and five children.

Beth O’Connor

Representative O’Connor represents House District 5 including the towns of Berwick and North Berwick (part). She can be reached at (207) 289-9047.

Jeff Zimba

Jeff W. Zimba is the author of “The Evolution of the Black Rifle.” A Master Registered Maine Guide specializing in veterans’ outreach programs, Zimba is an award winning author with several hundred published articles and videos to his credit.

Joshua Durgin

Joshua Durgin works with his father as a Maine lobsterman while taking classes from St. Joseph’s College on psychology and criminal justice. He was homeschooled by his mother, a public school teacher for over thirty years, with special attention to reading and history. In his spare time he enjoys music and debating every philosophical topic under and including the sun. He also gives presentations on politics and theology to those who are interested.