General Election Results 2017

The results of the 2017 Boys State general election are final (exept for Governor which is determined Friday afternoon).  Congratulations to all the winners.

State Offices

Lt. Governor – Kevin Downs

Secretary of State – Jose Vazquez

State Treasurer – Kaleb Kindler

State Auditor – Nathan Weidner

Attorney General – Alexander Fairchild-Flynn

Public Service Commissioners

  • Jared Baumert
  • Isaac Stallbaumer
  • Jacob French
  • Paxton Myers
  • Garet Savick

Washington County

Sherrif – Philip Turner

Attorney – Kade Bose

Clerk – Travis Doerr

Clerk of the District Court – none

County Treasurer – Brett Peterson

Lincoln County

Sheriff – Dylan Wieneke

Attorney – Tanner Rowe

Clerk – Noah Anderson

Clerk of the District Court – Jaden Himmelberg & Benjamin Clark

County Treasurer – William Turner

 

 

Walter Paul Elected Governor of Cornhusker Boys’ State

Congratulations to Walter Paul of Alamo on his recent election to the office of Cornhusker Boys’ State Governor. Originally from Uganda, Governor-Elect Paul comes to us from Omaha, Nebraska and will be formally sworn into office tomorrow morning in front of the entire delegation. Paul will serve as Governor into June of 2014.

 

 

Gubernatorial Candidates Debate in Kimball Hall

On Friday morning, gubernatorial candidates Jacob Lambert and Walter Paul debated in Kimball Hall, just an hour before the gubernatorial general election. Each candidate voiced their opinion on the various issues facing our state, including agriculture, marijuana regulation, stem cell research, and personal views in politics, among others. Check back later today for the results of this election!

 

Aaron Wells of Gettsburg asks a question of the candidates

Walter Paul

Jacob Lambert

Gubernatorial Candidates Square Off in Town Hall Debate

On Thursday evening, gubernatorial candidates Jacob Lambert and Walter Paul squared off in their first of two debates before the general election for Cornhusker Boys’ State Governor. This debate was in a town hall format, with 2-3 delegates from each town in attendance asking questions. Both delegates seemed to have a great grasp on the issues facing our state, which will make for a very interesting debate tomorrow morning.

 

Jacob Lambert

Walter Paul

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