Governor Janet Mills has announced the complete program for her inauguration Wednesday, Jan. 4. The inauguration will feature the reading of original poems by Julia Bouwsma, Maine’s Poet Laureate, and Richard Blanco, the fifth presidential inaugural poet in U.S. history. The inauguration will also feature musical performances by Dave Mallett, the Pihcintu Multi National Girls Choir, the Franklin County Fiddlers, the Sockalexis Family Singers, and the 195th Maine Army National Guard Band.

Governor Mills said:

The inauguration of a governor is about the people of Maine. Maine people are kind, hardworking, creative, and, above all else, strong. The talented folks performing at my inauguration are a tribute to the people of our great state, a showcasing of our talents and skills, and a profound reminder of all that is special about Maine.

Mills is Maine’s first woman governor. In her historic reelection victory, she earned more votes than any governor in Maine history. She is the first governor since 1970 to be elected with a majority of the votes for both terms in office.

For a complete schedule click here. Tickets are required for entry. Members of the public who have not received an invitation in the mail are able to reserve a ticket here.

You’re invited: next Wednesday, January 4, 2023, I will take the Oath of Office to begin my second term as your…

Posted by Governor Janet Mills on Wednesday, December 28, 2022

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