|Maine House of Representatives District 50|
|2010 - 2012|
|Elections and appointments|
|Last election||November 2, 2010|
|Term limits||4 terms (8 years)|
|Bachelor's||University of Southern Maine|
Dow and his wife own the family furniture compnay, Dow Furniture. He formerly taught Chemistry and Physics at Medomak Valley High School.
Dow earned his B.S. Degree in Education from the University of Southern Maine.
In the 2011-2012 legislative session, Dow served on the following committees:
|Maine State Senate, District 20, Special Election, 2012|
Dow's opponent in the November 2 general election was Democratic candidate Mark Berger. According to official results, Dow defeated Berger in the November 2 general election.  Democratic incumbent Wendy Pieh did not see re-election, although she was eligible to do so under Maine's term limits.
|Maine House of Representatives General Election, District 50 (2010)|
|Dana Dow (R)||2,634||65%|
|Mark Berger (D)||1,346||39% |
In 2010, Dow raised $4,375 in contributions. 
She contributed the most to her campaign, $3,025.
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Dow and his wife Lisa have four children.
- House website
- Project Vote Smart biography
- Project Vote Smart legislative profile
- Campaign contributions: 2010
Wendy Pieh (D)
|Maine House of Representatives District 50
| Succeeded by|
Ellen Winchenbach (R)
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