KEY ISSUES

PROSPERITY FOR ALL NEBRASKANS

Share the truth with Nebraskans by being transparent about the history of our property taxes over the last three decades and start working on solutions to fix these problems.

Grow our state and economy with the goal of attracting and retaining talent – particularly those in the 18 to 34 age range – who will drive our state’s economy for years.

Listen to the collaborative voices of many, not the privileged few or special interest groups.

MAINTAIN PUBLIC SAFETY AND IMPROVE PUBLIC HEALTH

Everyone wants to feel safe and have services accessible to them so they can stay well.

Nebraskans need to know that elected officials have their backs during natural disasters and in times of need. They need a Governor who has a plan to withstand or quickly recover from man-made or natural disasters.

Our state must have enough doctors, dentists, mental health professionals, clinics, and hospitals to address the needs of all our communities. As first responders age out, we should use this opportunity to ensure the applicant pool is sufficient to meet the needs of communities served during times of unprecedented challenges.

INVEST IN NEBRASKA’S INFRASTRUCTURE

We contribute to the success of our farmers and businesses when we properly maintain our bridges and roads.

Our communities benefit when we create connectivity, have dependable utilities and necessary transportation options that meet our current needs, and broadband internet to connect people to opportunities.

Address the ongoing deteriorating infrastructure that slows down our ability to compete in an increasingly global marketplace.

ENCOURAGE EDUCATION

Support an education finance system that continues to foster quality, fairness, and equity, with the state playing a larger role in K-12 finance to reduce property tax reliance and give all stakeholders a voice. 

Continue to grow Nebraska’s post-high school options, knowing that a 4-year degree is not always the right path for students, and address student loan debt.

Generate a workforce that is well-rounded and capable, creating strong future employees who are encouraged to stay and succeed here in Nebraska.


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