TRUSTED LEADERSHIP FOR OMAHA'S FUTURE

Dear Friends of Omaha:

For nearly four years, I have had the great privilege to serve as Omaha’s 51st mayor. The public trust that is expected of me and our administration guides our work every day. I love my job! It is an honor to work with citizens in every corner of our city to improve public safety, employment opportunities, neighborhoods, and recreational opportunities. Thank you to so many of you who embrace the responsibilities of citizenship by working together to better our community. Our work has resulted in a thriving, safer, and more livable city. The Omaha we know is no longer a secret. Among many national accolades, a recent publication named Omaha as the #1 City in America to raise a family! Omaha has changed for the better and our progress is just beginning. I am proud of our work, and excited for our future! Thank you for visiting our campaign website.

LATEST NEWS

May 10, 2017

‘Thank you for rehiring me’: After defeating Mello in mayor’s race, Stothert lays out vision for future

By Roseann Moring and Jeffrey Robb / World-Herald staff writers May 10, 2017 Omahans can expect four more years of City Hall focus on public safety and the budget — and maybe a new riverfront —

May 4, 2017

MAYOR JEAN STOTHERT: ‘OMAHA IS BACK’

At an afternoon news conference on the second floor patio of Blatt Beer & Table in North Downtown, with Omaha’s beautiful skyline as a backdrop, Mayor Jean Stothert summed up her four years

May 3, 2017

STOTHERT CAMPAIGN RAISES $2 MILLION FOR RACE – Shatters Fahey’s 2001 record

Mayor Jean Stothert’s campaign has raised two million dollars for her re-election effort, a level of financial support that shatters the previous record set by former Mayor Mike Fahey in his 2001

May 2, 2017

STOTHERT ADDS FIVE MILLION TO STREET REPAIR AND RESURFACING

“Because I negotiated a police contract that results in millions of dollars in savings for the taxpayers, the action I am announcing today will enable the city to resurface an additional 50 lane

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