On October 5, Dymowski’s campaign will be hosting a campaign fundraiser at The Seasoned Mariner on Wise Avenue in Dundalk from 6-8 p.m.
His campaign website includes a section on “Rules for a judge to remember.”
The first rule relates to demeanor and notes that “Too many judges are arrogant and forget that they work for the people.”
The second rule discusses “Standing up to career politicians.”
Dymowski discusses the state’s judicial screening commissions that “have approved the son of senate president Mike Miller, the son of senator Norman Stone, the son of senator Walter Baker, the wife of our last governor, and now, the son of a convicted multi-million dollar lobbyist, Bruce Bereano!”
Rule three details “Sitting judges raising money.”
Dymowski talks about the legal profession giving money to judges who will hear cases involving lawyers donating the money. As he says, “Ordinarily, if you gave a judge thousands of dollars and he handled your case the next day it would be considered a bribe.”
Dymowski also points out in Maryland that’s just “business as usual.”
He closes by saying “this is why I am running against business as usual and the rigged system of big money influence in government.”
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Dymowski is a graduate of Archbishop Curley High School and served in the 82nd Airborne Division during his time in the U.S. Army. He graduated with a political science degree from UMBC. While working at the Housing Authority in Baltimore City he went to night school and received a Master’s in Urban Planning and Management along with his law degree. Dymowski spent 15 years in private legal practice before becoming a Hearing Officer with the Maryland Parole Commission. He and his wife live in Dundalk, where he is active in animal rescue efforts.