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Cecil County Budget: Council Adopts Exec’s Budget with Few Changes, Property Tax Freeze– as Some Candidates Make Hay

May 22, 2014

NEWS ANALYSIS It was hardly a surprise when the Cecil County Council adopted, by a 3-2 majority vote Tuesday evening, a minimally revised version of County Executive Tari Moore’s proposed Fiscal 2015 budget. The key decisions had all been thrashed out at a worksession last week and another session Tuesday morning. But before the...
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Cecil County Politics: Patchell, YMCA Chief, Files for Council Against Broomell; ‘MAD’ Dawson Withdraws from Senate Race

November 21, 2013

The 2014 Cecil County political contests took an interesting turn this week when George Patchell, executive director of the local YMCA, filed as a Republican candidate for County Council in District 4 to seek the seat held by controversial incumbent Diana Broomell. And Michael A. Dawson—known locally as “MAD Mike”—withdrew his candidacy for a...
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“MAD Mike” Dawson Files for State Senate; Perpetual Candidate Seeks new Cecil-Harford Seat, with Slam on Cecil Councilor

July 23, 2013

ANALYSIS When one-term Perryville town commissioner Michael A. Dawson declared a few months ago that he would not seek re-election to the post he had only won by one vote, town officials and many residents breathed a sigh of relief. During his brief two-year tenure, Dawson created a whirlwind of controversy, with online attacks...
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Michael W. Dawson Files for Cecil County Council in Dist. 4- Broomell Seat- in ’14 Election

June 10, 2013

Michael W. Dawson, a longtime Perryville resident and former candidate for a state delegate’s seat, has filed as a Republican candidate for the Cecil County Council in District 4 for the 2014 election—looking to replace the controversial incumbent, Councilor Diana Broomell (R). Michael W. Dawson (MWD) – NOT to be confused with another local...
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CECIL COUNTY CHATTER: “Mad Men,” MAD Mike, McGrady’s “McDunn” Web Voice

April 23, 2012

Commentary The popular TV show, “Mad Men,” about the machinations and over-the-top drama of the early 1960’s advertising game, has nothing on our own MAD Men of Cecil County politics—except perhaps for the broad-shouldered, grown-up suits and wide ties worn by the lead characters on TV. Trade in the suits for baggy, campaign-slogan tee...
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