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Alex Cornell du Houx ’08 Meets with President Obama Archives

Alex Cornell du Houx '08, who represents Brunswick in the Maine Legislature, meets with President Obama at the White House.

Maine Representative Alex Cornell du Houx ’08 traveled to the White House  for a private reception with President Obama and administration officials to discuss Maine’s PACE program, which gives residents low-interest loans for home weatherization and is being used as a national model for clean energy initiatives.

A George Mitchell Scholar and former Marine, Cornell du Houx serves on the Maine Legislature’s Energy, Utilities and Technology Committee and is chair of the Veterans Caucus.


3 thoughts on “Alex Cornell du Houx ’08 Meets with President Obama

  1. Bree Dallinga

    Alex is doing great work for the people of Maine and the environment. It’s nice to have a president who acknowledges its importance. Keep up the great work Alex!
    Mr. Bridge: If you are a polar bear, I am embarrassed. Please be more respectful in the future.

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