These city officials handle decisions regarding running a city. They decide issues such as municipal laws, city taxes, and public works projects. They can help with potholes, trash, snow removal, parks, libraries, and other city services.
Local Education officials handle decisions regarding running our schools at the local level (within the county or with adjacent counties). They decide issues ranging from education standards to school policies and budgets for our public schools.
These officials handle decisions regarding running the county, including property taxes and oversee the public health department, county jail, county dump, county hospital, as well as the county attorney, public defenders, county assessors, register of deeds and county treasurer offices.
These officials make decisions regarding running and maintaining our public utilities (such as water, power, and gas) and natural resources (including flood control, recreation, and wildlife management).
These officials handle decisions regarding running our colleges and universities or local school systems from the state level . For local school systmes, they decide on issues ranging from education standards to school policies for publicly-funded schools. For colleges and universities they decide on all issues regarding standards, policies as well as budgets for these institutions.
These officials make decisions regarding infrastructure such as railroads, pipelines, telecommunications, transportation providers, household movers, and grain warehouses.
These officials make decisions regarding laws of the State of Nebraska. They create state laws, implement taxes, and decide how funding is distributed.
US House of Representatives, District 2, and U S Senate