Maine Public Power
Maine Public Power is Maine DSA’s campaign to support the Our Power coalition working to replace Central Maine Power and Versant Power with a not-for-profit, consumer-owned electric utility that Mainers would own and democratically control.
Abortion Rights Working Group
Defending abortion and other reproductive rights from a far-right, unelected, theocratic judiciary. As Maine currently recognizes the right to abortion, Maine DSA is organizing to oppose fake clinics also known as Crisis Pregnancy Centers.
Pine and Roses
Pine & Roses is a state-wide publication dedicated to building solidarity with working-class, feminist, anti-racist, indigenous, ecological, immigrant, LGBTQ+, housing, and education struggles from Kittery to Calais, from Madawaska to Rumford.
Labor Solidarity Working Group
We are working to bring proactive labor organization to Maine DSA, build community through class struggle, and put member-organizers on the frontlines of local campaigns with national ramifications.
Political Education Committee
Running regular reading groups and classes on political theory for the working class
The Maine Mural Podcast
A show brought to you by the Maine chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America. We touch on various topics including electoral and direct action in the state of Maine, interviews with prominent left Mainers, working class history, and more!
Maine DSA for a Livable Portland
The working class demands a city we can all live and thrive in. Our campaign crafted referendum initiatives brought forth for the November 2022 election to raise the minimum wage and abolish the sub-minimum wage, strengthen tenant protections, and reduce the number of short term rentals. It also supported the full slate of charter amendments proposed by the elected charter commission.
As a result, Portland now has some of the strongest tenant protections on the east coast.
People First Portland
People First Portland was a bold, democratic campaign to pass five referendum initiatives in the November 2020 election which put Portland residents’ needs before corporate profits by raising the minimum wage, banning facial surveillance, enacting a green new deal, protecting tenants, and restricting short term rentals.
As a result, Portland is a more equal city with stronger privacy protections, lower rental housing costs, and better labor protections.