-Awarded an electoral vote to Barack Obama in 2008 and Joe Biden in 2020
-Hold the majority on the Omaha City Council, Douglas County Commissioners, Omaha Public School Board of Education, and various Douglas County offices
-Elected the first bisexual person to the Nebraska State Legislature
-Elected the first 2 African-American women to the Nebraska State Legislature
-Elected the first transgender candidate in the state to the Ralston Board of Education
-Elected more women and people of color than any other county across Nebraska
Chair – C.J. King | Vice Chair – Dulce Sherman
Secretary – Nick Miller | Treasurer – Jay Ignowski
Latino Representative – Lucia Pedroza-Estrada
Diversity Representatives – Jason Valandra and Ken Riter
African American Representatives – William King and Kimara Snipe
Executive Advisors – Deborah Neary and Lacey Merica
Executive Director – Grant Sorrell
The Central Committee meets on the 4th Thursday of every month.
Meetings convene at 7pm at the CWA (Communication Workers of America) hall at 44th and Frances (near 42nd and Center). Parking and entry is on the west side of the building. Handicap entry is on the east side of the building. Ometro bus access includes the no’s. 15/55 routes and the no. 3 route. Both are within 1 or 2 blocks of the building.
For media inquires, contact Grant Sorrell at [email protected] or at 402-558-5912