Chandler Woodcock

Chandler Woodcock

Chandler Woodcock

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Chandler E. Woodcock is a former Republican state Senator from Maine, and was the Republican candidate for Governor of Maine in 2006. He won a close primary election by 3% on June 13, 2006, against David F. Emery and Peter Mills. He faced Democratic incumbent John E. Baldacci in the November 7th Election. He lost by about 42,000 votes. In 2011, Republican Governor Paul LePage nominated Woodcock to be Maine's Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, and he took office in the spring of that year. Portland Press Herald, February 2, 2011


Woodcock was born in Mechanic Falls, Maine, and grew up in Farmington, to a father who worked as a manager at the Forster Manufacturing Company and served in the Army Air Corps in World War II, and a mother who served as a United States force in WWII.

Woodcock enlisted in the Army after graduating from high school, and served a tour of duty during the Vietnam War. After returning home, he earned a bachelor's degree in Secondary Education from the University of Maine at Farmington and went on to teach high school in the public school system for the next 25 years, teaching at Livermore Falls High School, Mt. Blue High School, and Skowhegan Area High School. He also served as basketball coach at each school and led the Mount Blue High School girls'...
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