Where do 41st District candidates stand?

Where do 41st District candidates stand?

Here’s what the three candidates to replace Rep. Joan Ballweg for the 41st District Assembly seat said as they seek to earn your vote. Most responses come from the candidate forum the League of Women voters held in September, while a couple come from the candidates’ websites or from email response. Who are the candidates? Jean Bartz (Independent) Jean Bartz brings a housing background to the race as she oversees a multi-million dollar portfolio of properties throughout Wisconsin and is the managing broker of Bartz’ Reality. She grew up in Rhinelander, Wis. and got a degree in history from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. The independent candidate supports tourism, farmers, small businesses and affordable housing and wants everyone to get a voice regardless of party affiliation. Alex Dallman (Republican) Alex Dallman is a Markesan native who now lives in Green Lake. He has spent the past five years working with Rep. Glenn Grothman, R-Glenbeulah, of the 6th Congressional District to help constituents navigate federal bureaucracy. The Republican candidate wants to lessen the scope of government, lower taxes and supports law and order, pro-life and the protection of the Second Amendment. Nate Zimdars (Democrat) Nate Zimdars grew up and lives in Ripon. He has a farming background and is active with the Ripon FFA Alumni and Wisconsin FFA Alumni, while serving on the Fond du Lac County Farm Bureau board of directors. The Democratic candidate also is a member of the Ripon School Board and is active with the Wisconsin Coalition […]

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