|Joe Dickson MPP|
|Member of the Legislative Assembly
November 1, 2007
|Preceded by||new riding|
Joe Dickson is a Canadian politician. He was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Ontario in the 2007 provincial election, representing the riding of Ajax—Pickering. He is a member of the Liberal Party.
A resident of Ajax, Dickson is the owner of a printing business and was a member of the Ajax Town Council, seven times. He had previously served as an Ajax Catholic School Board trustee twice and as the deputy mayor of Ajax. In 2002, Dickson won a Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Medal. He supports 22 Ajax-Pickering area sports teams., September 2010 Missing or empty
He previously ran for the Liberal Party in the 1995 election in the riding of Durham West, however, he lost to Janet Ecker. Dickson was elected on a platform of further expansion of Rouge Valley Health System and the extension of Highway 407.
|Ontario general election, 2007|
|Progressive Conservative||Kevin Ashe||13,875||34.0|
|New Democratic||Bala Thavarajasoorier||3,263||8.0|
|Family Coalition||Andrew Carvalho||366||0.9|
|Ontario general election, 1995|
|Progressive Conservative||Janet Ecker||29,232||54.6|
|New Democratic||Jim Wiseman||9444||17.6|
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