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Meet Rep. Alex Dallman

Representative Alex Dallman represents the 41st Assembly District in the Wisconsin State Assembly

Due to redistricting, the 41st District now includes parts of Adams, Marquette, Green Lake, Sauk and Columbia counties which includes the City of Portage. Representative Dallman was raised in Markesan, WI and currently lives in Green Lake, WI. He is a graduate from Edgewood College and after college worked for U.S. Congressman Glenn Grothmann (WI-06).

For the 2023-2024 legislative session, Representative Dallman will serve as a member of the Joint Committee on Finance (JFC), Wisconsin’s powerful budget writing committee. He is committed to ensuring the upcoming state budget is crafted in a responsible way with Wisconsin taxpayers in mind. The JFC will be holding public listening sessions in April 2023 which citizens are encouraged to attend and give their testimony about the 2023-25 Wisconsin State Budget. In addition to his work on the JFC, this legislative session he is interested in working on workforce development and higher education issues.

One of Rep. Dallman’s commitments to the constituents in the 41st Assembly District is to help navigate state government and agencies. He strongly encourages residents of the 41st Assembly District to contact his office if they have issues with a state agency or would like to pass along their comments or concerns about pending legislation. He also sends a weekly e-update email about what is happening in the Wisconsin State Capitol. Residents can sign up for his e-update by sending an email to Rep.Dallman@legis.wisconsin.gov.

Rep. Dallman is looking forward to serving and working for the residents of the 41st Assembly District this upcoming legislative session. You can contact his office via phone and email at 608-237-9141 and Rep.Dallman@legis.wisconsin.gov.

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