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Cynthia Dill's Biography
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Cynthia A. Dill
Husband: Thomas Clarke; 2 Children: Harrison, Isabel
JD, Northeastern University School Of Law, 1990
BA, University of Vermont, 1987
Candidate, United States Senate, 2012
Representative, Maine State House of Representatives, 2006-2011
Won Special Election, Maine State Senate, May 2011
Member, Town Council, Cape Elizabeth, 2006-2008
Member, Executive Committee Task Force on State and Local Taxation of Telecommunications and Electronic Commerce
Member, Ordinanu Committee, Cape Elizabeth Town Council
Chair, Road Safety Commission, Cape Elizabeth Town Council
Member, Taxpayer's Bill of Rights (TABOR) Task Force, Cape Elizabeth Town Council
Trustee, Thomas Jordan Trust, Cape Elizabeth Town Council
Owner, Law Office of Cynthia Dill, 1994-present
Lawyer, Law Office of Cynthia Dill, 1994-present
Director, Common Cause Digital Democracy Project, Washington, DC, present
Adjunct Faculty Member, Southern Maine Community College, present
Associate, Thompson, McNaboc, Ashley and Bull, 1990-1994
Religious, Civic, and other Memberships
Member, Porhead Museum of Art, 2000-present
Board Member, Cleaves Law Library, 1994-present
Member, New Hampshire Bar Association, 1994-present
Member, Maine State Bar Association, 1990-present
Member, Cape Elizabeth Land Trust
Sunday School Teacher, First Congregational Church, South Portland, present
Member, First Congregational Church, South Portland, present
Vice-Chair, National Conference of State Legislatures Communication
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