|Mayor of San Luis|
11 December 2007 – 10 December 2011
|Preceded by||Alfonso Vergés|
|Succeeded by||Enrique Ponce|
for San Luis Province
10 December 2003 - 10 December 2007
|Governor of San Luis|
23 December 2001 – 9 December 2003
|Preceded by||Adolfo Rodríguez Saá|
|Succeeded by||Alberto Rodríguez Saá|
|Vice-Governor of San Luis|
10 December 1999 – 22 December 2001
|Governor||Adolfo Rodríguez Saá|
|Preceded by||Omar Morán|
|Succeeded by||Blanca Pereyra|
|Mayor of Juana Koslay|
1991 - 1997
Villa Mercedes, San Luis, Argentina
Born in Villa Mercedes, San Luis Province, Lemme became an architect by profession and served as Mayor of Juana Koslay (1991–97), and in the Provincial Legislature (1997–99). She was elected Vice-Governor of the Province alongside Adolfo Rodríguez Saá in 1999. Rodríguez Saá's appointment as President of Argentina by Congress in December 2001 left Lemme the governorship. She was the first female governor since the restoration of democracy.
Lemme stepped down in 2003, allowing Alberto Rodríguez Saá to stand for election to the Governorship formerly held by his brother Adolfo. Later that year, she and Adolfo were elected as National Deputies.
In 2006, Lemme took a leave of absence from Congress. She was elected as Mayor of San Luis in August 2007 with just over 50% of the vote defeating incumbent Mayor Alfonso Vergés, the candidate of the Front for Victory of then President Néstor Kirchner.
- San Luis: asumió la primera gobernadora, La Nación, 26 December 2001. Accessed 11 April 2009.
- Tras los comicios, en San Luis ayer festejaron "San Adolfo", La Nación, 25 November 2003. Accessed 11 April 2009.
- San Luis: Alicia Lemme ganó las elecciones para intendente , Clarín, 6 August 2007. Accessed 11 April 2009.