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Emily Cain (Emily Ann Cain) was born on 29 March, 1980 in Louisville, KY, is an American politician from Maine and Executive Director of EMILY's List. At 40 years old, Emily Cain height not available right now. We will update Emily Cain's height soon as possible.
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|Popular As||Emily Ann Cain|
|Emily Cain Age||42 years old|
|Born||29 March 1980|
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Who Is Emily Cain's Husband?
Her husband is Daniel B. Williams
|Husband||Daniel B. Williams|
Emily Cain Net Worth
She net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Emily Cain worth at the age of 42 years old? Emily Cain’s income source is mostly from being a successful Director. She is from KY. We have estimated Emily Cain's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2022||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2021||Pending|
|Salary in 2021||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Director|
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On June 15, 2017, Cain was tapped to be the executive director for EMILY's List, a national organization which works to support pro-choice Democratic women running for elected office.
After the 2016 elections, Cain became the Chief Strategy Officer of HistoryIT, a Maine-based technology and services company focused on digital archives.
Cain ran for U.S. Congress again in 2016, facing a rematch with incumbent Republican Bruce Poliquin in the general election. Poliquin defeated Cain with 55% of the vote.
Cain was the 2014 and 2016 Democratic nominee for the U.S. House of Representatives for Maine's 2nd congressional district in two of the most competitive house races in the country. She lost both elections to Republican incumbent Bruce Poliquin.
Cain is married to Daniel B. Williams, who has served as the Executive Director of the Collins Center for the Arts at the University of Maine since 2014, and is a former member of the Maine House of Representatives. They reside in Orono, Maine.
In April 2013, Cain co-sponsored a Joint Amendment supporting comprehensive immigration reform that addresses "earned legalization with a path to citizenship, updated future immigration of families and workers and improved immigration enforcement and border security." Cain has also co-sponsored a Joint Amendment calling on Congress to support an amendment to the United States Constitution overturning the Supreme Court decision Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, in order to "regulate the raising and spending of money in elections".
In December 2011, Cain announced she would seek to replace fellow Democrat Elizabeth Schneider in the Maine Senate, running for Maine's 30th district. Schneider was unable to run due to term-limits, as Cain was also unable run for the House of Representatives again because of the same limits. She won in the Democratic primary, going on to defeat Republican Roderick Hathaway with 62% of the vote in the November general election. Cain served as a state delegate for Maine at the 2012 Democratic National Convention.
In 2009, Cain was one of over sixty co-sponsors in the House of LD 1020, legalizing same-sex marriage in Maine. At a house hearing in 2009, Cain said that "Equality was one of the main reasons why I ran for legislature. Marriage is not about gender and sexuality, it's about keeping Maine families together."
During her time in the House, Cain served on the Education and Cultural Affairs Committee and the Joint Rules Committee. She served as Chair of the Joint Select Committee on Research, Economic Development and the Innovation Economy in 2006, and also served as the Chair of the Appropriations Subcommittee on School District Reorganization in 2007. From 2008 to 2010, Cain served as House Chair of the Joint Select Committee on Appropriations and Financial Affairs, leading tough negotiations to successfully pass five unanimous bipartisan budgets.
She was elected to the Maine House of Representatives in 2004 at the age of 24, defeating Republican William Reed and Green Independent Mark Horton. She was reelected to a second term with 78% of the vote, defeating Republican Lance Cowan in 2006, and won a third term running unopposed in the general election in 2008. She won her fourth term to the house in 2010, defeating Republican Zachary David Jackman with 67% of the vote. In her final term in the Maine House, during the 125th legislature, Cain served as the Minority Leader from 2010 to 2012.
Emily Cain was born in Louisville, Kentucky, but moved to the south side suburbs of Chicago, Illinois before the age of one. Her father, who has been working in the shoe business since he was 14 years old, ran stores for Florsheim Shoes and later worked for G.H. Bass & Co in Maine. Her mother is a sign-language interpreter and educator. Cain lived in Ililinois until age nine, and then in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, graduating from Lawrence High School and then moving to Maine with her family at the age of eighteen. Cain attended the University of Maine and has lived in Orono since 1998. She received her Bachelor of Music Education in 2002, graduating with highest honors from the UMaine Honors College. In 2004, Cain graduated from Harvard University, receiving her Master of Education in Higher Education. As of 2017, she was pursuing her Ph.D. in Public Policy from the University of Maine.
Emily Ann Cain (born March 29, 1980) is an American politician from Maine and Executive Director of EMILY's List. A member of the Democratic Party, Cain served in the Maine Senate from 2012 to 2014, representing the 30th district which includes part of Penobscot County. She was previously a member of the Maine House of Representatives from 2004 to 2012, where she served as Minority Leader from 2008 to 2010 and as House Chair of the Appropriations & Financial Affairs Committee from 2010 to 2012.
Cain was the first Democrat to serve as House Minority Leader since the mid-1970s. She held this position for one term and led Maine House Democrats back into the majority during the 2012 elections.
Cain won the Democratic primary election for Maine's 2nd congressional district, beating State Senate Majority Leader Troy Dale Jackson. She was defeated by former State Treasurer Bruce Poliquin in the general election. Poliquin won 47% of the vote, with Cain taking 42% and independent Blaine Richardson taking 11%.