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Michael Dawson

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Michael W. Dawson was a Constitution party candidate for District 34B of the Maryland House of Delegates. The primary election was on September 14, 2010, and the general election was on November 2.

Elections

See also: Maryland House of Delegates elections, 2010

Dawson has, in the past, had difficulty identifying himself as a politician. He shares his name with another politician, Michael A. Dawson, who lives on the same street. Over recent years, Michael W. Dawson has become known as "Good Mike" while the other Dawson has become known as "M.A.D. Mike." To resolve any potential confusion during this election cycle, the Board of Elections has permitted "Good Mike" to indicate his nickname on the ballot (Dawson, Michael W. "Good Mike").

Dawson is a 2014 candidate in the Republican party for Register of Wills as well as for a seat on the Cecil County Republican Central Committee.[1]

Dawson ran unopposed in the Constitution party primary on September 14. In the general election, he faced Republican Theodore Patterson and Democrat David Rudolph Dawson lost, coming in third.[2]

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