|Member of the Wisconsin State Assembly|
from the 41st district
|Assumed office |
January 4, 2021
|Preceded by||Joan Ballweg|
|Born||1991/1992 (age 28–29)|
Markesan, Wisconsin, U.S.
|Residence||Green Lake, Wisconsin, U.S.|
|Education||Edgewood College (B.S.)|
Alex A. Dallman (born 1991/1992) is an American politician. A Republican, he is a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly representing the 41st assembly district, which comprises most of Green Lake and Marquette counties, as well as the southern half of Adams County. The district also includes the city of Ripon, in western Fond du Lac County, claimed as the birthplace of the Republican Party. Dallman was elected in November 2020.
Born in Markesan, Wisconsin, in Green Lake County, Dallman is a graduate of Markesan High School. He attended Edgewood College, in Madison, Wisconsin, and received his bachelor's degree in political science.
Dallman began his career working constituent services in the office of Wisconsin congressman Glenn Grothman and still works as an outreach representative for the congressman. He has been chairman of the Green Lake County Republican Party since 2018.
In February 2020, incumbent 41st district assemblymember Joan Ballweg announced she would forego reelection to the Assembly and would instead seek election to the Wisconsin State Senate in 2020. Just days later, Dallman announced he would run for the Republican nomination to replace Ballweg in the Wisconsin State Assembly. Dallman, who faced three opponents in the Republican primary, received the endorsement of former Republican Governor Scott Walker in the days just before the primary. He prevailed with nearly 50% of the primary vote. He went on to defeat Democrat Nate Zimdars and independent Jean Bartz in the general election with 60% of the vote.
Dallman resides in the city of Green Lake, Wisconsin. He is a member of the Green Lake County Farm Bureau and the Manchester Rod & Gun Club.
|Republican Primary, August 11, 2020|
|Republican||Alex A. Dallman||3,411||49.31%|
|Republican||Gary A. Will||1,400||20.24%|
|General Election, November 3, 2020|
|Republican||Alex A. Dallman||18,604||60.55%||-2.37%|