Brakey Leads to Protect Civil Liberties

I am very happy to report that new cellphone privacy laws---which I worked hard to successfully pass in Augusta---are going into effect here in the State of Maine today.

These new laws will protect the privacy of Mainers by preventing law enforcement from gathering voicemails, text messages or GPS data from your cellphone without a warrant from a judge.

Do you agree with me that we must uphold the 4th Amendment of the US Constitution, protecting citizens from unreasonable search and seizure by big government?

That is why I helped lead the charge to pass these new laws, testifying in committee and working with legislators to help them understand and vote for these bills.

You can listen to my testimony for one of the bills below.

Do you agree with me that we must fight to protect the civil liberties of Maine's people from the overreach of big government?

Then will you take action today and invest $100, $50, or $25 in our campaign so I can continue to fight for your civil liberties?

Thank you for all your support.
Together, we will continue to make a difference.

Sincerely,
Eric Brakey
Candidate for Maine State Senate
Auburn, New Gloucester, Poland, Minot, Mechanic Falls