Alfred Blaisdell

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Alfred Blaisdell
5th North Dakota Secretary of State
In office
1907–1910
Preceded by Edward F. Porter
Succeeded by Patrick D. Norton
Personal details
Born October 25, 1875
Died March 8, 1946 (1946-03-09) (aged 70)
Political party Republican

Alfred Blaisdell (October 25, 1875 – March 8, 1946) was a North Dakota Republican Party politician who served as the Secretary of State of North Dakota from 1907 to 1910.[1] He was first elected to the position in 1906, was re-elected in 1908, but did not seek re-election in 1910. His nephew, Josiah Blaisdell, Jr., served in the North Dakota Legislative Assembly during the 1930s.[2]

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Preceded by
Edward F. Porter
Secretary of State of North Dakota
1907–1910
Succeeded by
Patrick D. Norton