Dennis Damon

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Dennis Damon
Dennis Damon.jpg
Maine Senate District 28
Former member
Term in office began
Term in office ended
Political party Democratic
Profession Special Project Consultant, Maine Department of Labor
Dennis Damon was a Democratic member of the Maine State Senate. Damon served in the Maine Senate since 2002. Damon was re-elected in 2006 and 2008.

Damon graduated with his Education degree from Maine in 1971.

Damon is a retired teacher and works as a Special Project Consultant for the Maine Department of Labor.

Committee assignments

Damon served on these committees:

District 28

Damon represented Maine Senate District 28. District 28 includes a portion of Hancock County[1].



See also: Maine State Senate elections, 2010

Damon was not eligible to seek re-election to the 28th District Seat in 2010, due to Maine's term limits. James Schatz ran for the seat on the Democratic ticket. Brian Langley ran for the seat on the Republican ticket. Lynne Williams ran for the seat on the Green ticket. The general election took place on November 2, 2010.


On November 4, 2008, Damon ran for District 28 of the Maine State Senate, beating Mark Remick. [2]

Damon raised $3,228 for his campaign.[3]

Maine State Senate, District 28
Candidates Votes
Green check mark transparent.png Dennis Damon (D) 14,466
Mark Remick (R) 8,267


On November 7, 2006, Damon was re-elected to the Maine State Senate for District 28, beating Kenneth Wade Fredette.[4]

Maine State Senate, District 28
Candidates Votes
Green check mark transparent.png Dennis Damon (D) 11,486
Kenneth Wade Fredette (R) 6,415

Campaign donors


In 2008 Dennis Damon collected $3,228 in donations. [5]

His four largest contributors in 2008 were:

Donor Amount
Maine Association of Realtors $500
Main Insurance Agents Association $250
Maine Dental Association $250
Time Warner $250


Dennis is married to Bonnie Damon. They have three children and reside in Cornville, Maine.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Maine Senate District 28
Succeeded by
Brian Langley (R)