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Rep. Joan Ballweg
In November, 2018, Joan Ballweg, a Republican, defeated Frank Buress, a Democrat, to retain her seat in the Wisconsin State Assembly, representing the 41st District. Ballweg received 63% of the votes. Assembly terms of office are for two years. First elected to the post in 2004, Ballweg has been elected eight times to the position. In the Assembly, she served as the chair of the Majority (Republican) Caucus from 2011-2015. She is a former mayor of Markesan, where she and her family reside. She also served on the Markesan City Council from 1987-1991. During the last term in the Assembly, she served as the chair of the Administrative Rules Committee.
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Rep Ballweg joins Republicans in passing a bill that limits power of newly elected Governor and Attorney General and reduces early voting
Rep. Ballweg joined fellow Republican, State Senator Luther Olsen in approving legislation designed to take power from the governor and attorney general. Bill also limited early voting. Keep reading …
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