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Dalton Dismukes hired as grassroots manager for American Cancer Society

By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter

Well known GOP politico, Dalton Dismukes has been recently hired as the grassroots manager for the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ASCAN).

The group announced on social media: “ACS CAN is excited to announce Alabama has a new grassroots manager, Dalton L Dismukes. Please welcome Dalton!”

Dismukes said in his own statement, “BIG NEWS: I am proud and extremely honored to announce that I will begin working with the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network as the new Grassroots Manager!”

Dismukes said, “This exciting role will allow me to work in the Governmental Relations field for Cancer advocacy. I will be fighting and advocating for those with Cancer or those who have been touched by Cancer. I am extremely thankful for this opportunity and excited about what is to come!”

Dalton Dismukes, 22, is a graduate of the University of Alabama majoring in Political Science with a minor in International Studies.

Dismukes is a 2012 graduate of Smiths Station High School. Dalton was formerly the Chairman of the College Republican Federation of Alabama (CRFA) and the former Chairman of the Tuscaloosa County Young Republicans. Dismukes is married to the former Miss Katy Harp.

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The American Cancer Society is the nationwide, community-based, voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives, and diminishing suffering from cancer, through research, education, advocacy, and service.

It is expected that 595,690 Americans will die from cancer this year. 1,685,210 Americans are expected to be diagnosed with cancer this year. 39.6 percent of Americans will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetimes. One out of four Americans will die from this disease.

Brandon Moseley is a former reporter at the Alabama Political Reporter.

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