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M.J. Dowling

In office
1901 – 1903
Preceded by Arthur N. Dare
Succeeded by Leverett W. Babcock

Minnesota State Representative
In office
1901 – 1903

Born February 17, 1866(1866-02-17)
Huntington, Massachusetts
Died 1921
Political party Republican
Residence Renville, Minnesota
Profession Newspaper Publisher
Real Estate

Michael J. "M.J." Dowling (born February 17, 1866 in Huntington, Massachusetts, died 1921) was a Minnesota Republican politician and Speaker of the Minnesota House of Representatives. A former newspaper publisher, Dowling had suffered extreme frostbite in 1880, leaving him disabled. He had lost parts of both legs, his left arm, and fingers on his right hand. Dowling worked as a newspaper publisher and in real estate. He was elected to one term in office, from 1901 to 1903, and he served as speaker during that term.[1]

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Political offices
Preceded by
Arthur N. Dare
Speaker of the Minnesota House of Representatives
1901 – 1903
Succeeded by
Leverett W. Babcock
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