Green Lake, WI. . . Former Green Lake County Republican Party Chairman and Candidate for the 41st State Assembly District, Alex Dallman, announced today that he has submitted the maximum number of 400 signatures to the Wisconsin Elections Commission and will appear on the ballot for the August 11th primary election.

“I am excited to announce that my name will officially appear on the ballot for the August 11th primary. With all of the support across the entire district, we were able to gather over 800 signatures, which is more than four times the amount necessary to appear on the ballot.” said Dallman. “As the State begins to reopen, I am excited and looking forward to getting out to events across the district in order to spread our growing campaign’s message and engage with voters.”


As of the June 1st 12:00pm report from the Wisconsin Elections Commission, Dallman is the only candidate who has submitted the maximum number of nomination signatures at 400.  The 41st Assembly District is currently held by State Representative Joan Ballweg, who announced that she will be seeking election to the State Senate.

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Alex Dallman is a lifelong resident of the 41st Assembly District. He graduated from Markesan High School and received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Political Science from Edgewood College. Dallman currently resides in Green Lake where  he has served as the Chairman of the Green Lake County Republican Party since 2018. Dallman has extensive constituent services experience from his time serving as the Outreach Representative for the Office of Congressman Glenn Grothman, which serves Wisconsin’s 6th Congressional District and encompasses the majority of the 41st State Assembly District.

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