City election results are in! Here are the winners of the Yorktown elections.
Mayor: Jacob Lambert
City Council: Keith Kopcho, Jack Graham, Blake Hass, Aaron Smith, Brock Denton, Brennan Cruise
County Supervisor: Jackson Deterding
School Board: Benjamin Kruse, Zachary Burns, Dylan Rasmussen, Sage Schmidt, Brandon Nichols
Senators: Jackson Love, Quinn Nelson, Andrew Fields, Dylan Steinkruger, Connor Merrill, Ethan Steiner
Mayor Jacob Lambert
City election results are in! Here are the winners of the Valley Forge elections.
Mayor: Samuel Lindblad
City Council: Tate Jensen, Trevor Benge, Brad Santin, August Blume, Riley Wiltfong, Morgan Kulm
County Supervisor: Jared Tomjack
School Board: Robert Nordby, Tristan Boyce, Daniel Allgood, Jacob Burr, Ty Ogden
Senators: Blake Scism, Tristan Weitzenkamp, Zayne Kinkade, RJ Quandahl, Ben Hintz, David Karimi
Mayor Samuel Lindblad
City election results are in! Here are the winners of the Bunker Hill elections.
Mayor: Tanner Byrd
City Council: Cody Boche, Paul Weber, Kalen Kasik, Ethan Gibbens, Riley Noel, Aiden Clarke
County Supervisor: Kyle Anderson
School Board: Kaden Ellis, Drew Zitek, Austin Johnson, Zack Blase, Troy Ebel
Senators: John Marquardt, Zach Geist, John Michael Hogue, Izak Wilcynski, Leo Haselhorst, Dakota Kenton
Mayor Tanner Byrd
On Tuesday afternoon, citizens of Washington County advanced candidates to the general election ballot for county office. The general election ballot is listed below:
Chase Shelton (N)
Lyle Kwiatkowski (F)
Jack Thompson (N)
Matt Furrow (F)
Brent Parry (N)
Cole Lambrecht (F)
Clerk of the District Court (Vote for 2):
Kenneth Brandl (N)
Michael T. Lucas (N)
Jordan Busboom (F)
Colton Zumpfe (F)
Adam Kleinschmit (N)
Clayton Schmitt (F)
State Board of Education (Vote for 3):
County Superintendent of Public Instruction:
Campaigning in Washington County
On Tuesday morning, delegates attended their respective Nationalists and the Federalists party meetings, where they heatedly debated a number of important issues for nearly two hours. Below are the final platforms as elected by the parties.
Nationalist Party Platform:
More evaluation of teachers
Pay increases based on quality of teaching AND experience
Decreasing dependency on standardized testing
Concentrating more on actual learning
Less government limitations
Support and encourage small farms
Use and research of alternative energy sources
Tax cuts for those who use alternative energy
Alcohol Consumption Limitations
18 years of age with restrictions
Promote moderation through educational programs
Mandatory drug tests
Limitations on what you can buy with government aid
Federalist Party Platform:
We are for the expansion of agriculture in Nebraska.
We are for the increased efficiency and strengthening of all Nebraska Public Schools.
We are for a more efficient path to citizenship for immigrants.
We are for efficient energy diversification in Nebraska.
We are for the conservation and preservation of all natural resources and wildlife.
We oppose mandated healthcare coverage, however we support private healthcare reform.
We are for favorable laws in line with the Second Amendment.
We are in favor of gambling with tax revenue going to state parks and education.
We are in favor of private property rights.
We are for modifying the tax code to benefit the economy of Nebraska.