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Clements, TC (R)State Representative District 56
Prior to being elected to the House of Representatives in November, 2020, Rep. CLEMENTS served as a Bedford Township Trustee for four years. While on the board, he chaired the Law Enforcement exploratory committee and was a liaison to the township’s Park Commission.
Clements is a small business owner. He is a travel agent and, together with his wife, own a travel company.
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Clements graduated high school in Florida and earned his bachelor’s degree from Flagler College in St. Augustine, FL. He attended the Federal Bureau of Investigations’ Law Enforcement Executive Development Seminar and the Maine Executive Command Officers School.
Clements began his career in law enforcement, as a police officer in Florida. In addition to a background in patrol, investigations, school resource, and as a public information officer, he advanced and concluded his tenure in law enforcement as the Deputy Chief of Police for the Eliot Police Department in Eliot, ME.
Clements and his wife of 17 years have three children and reside in Temperance. They attend Resurrection Lutheran Church.
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