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Thomas J. Mahon (March 20, 1882 – September 24, 1927) was an American politician and jurist.
Born in the town of Liberty, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, Mahon suffered from poliomyelitis during childhood. He went to public school in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Mahon then received his bachelor's degree from University of Wisconsin amd his law degree from University of Wisconsin Law School. Mahon then practiced law in Eland, Shawano County, Wisconsin. While practicing law in Eland, Wisconsin, Mahon served in the Wisconsin State Assembly and was a Republican. Later, Mahon moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin and continued to practiced law. In 1918, Mahon ran for Milwaukee County district attorney and lost the election. He also served as executive counsel for Governor of Wisconsin Francis McGovern. In 1924, Mahon was appointed to the civil branch of the Milwaukee County court. Mahon died as a result of a nervous and physical breakdown in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.