Victoria Doudera
Victoria Doudera
Democrat Victoria Doudera of Camden announced Tuesday that she will run for House District 94, which includes the towns of Camden, Rockport and Islesboro.

“As a realtor, I see firsthand the issues around rising property taxes and the need for affordable housing — not just for low-income residents but for our nurses, emergency workers and young people just starting out — people like my oldest son, who’s just moved back to Maine with his fiancee,” said Doudera in a statement. “I know this is a big concern for many of us. Our environment — including clean energy and clean harbors — is important to me, as is access to health care and our economy.”

Incumbent Rep. Owen Casas (I-Rockport) says he will file to run for reelection for the seat. Both Doudera and Casas plan to run as Clean Elections candidates.

Doudera works as a real estate broker with Camden Real Estate Company and is the author of a number of mystery and suspense novels as well as the 2014 book “Moving to Maine.” She is also the secretary of the Camden Conservation Commission, a board member of Midcoast Habitat for Humanity, and serves on the Outreach Committee of the First Congregational Church of Camden. Doudera and her husband, attorney Edward Doudera, have three children.