The Stothert for Mayor campaign has launched a new television ad that focuses on her work to continue moving Omaha forward by keeping families safe, providing opportunities for children to grow and prosper and creating good paying jobs. See the ad here: Looking directly into the camera, Mayor
Mayor Jean Stothert visited the Douglas County Election Commission office this morning to cast her ballot in the upcoming April 4 primary. In-person early voting kicks off today for the city election and Stothert said she “wanted to show the public how easy and convenient it can be” to vote.
The Greater Omaha Chamber Political Action Committee has announced their support of Mayor Jean Stothert. The PAC’s treasurer, Jennifer Creager, outlined the support in a letter to Stothert’s campaign: “As you are aware, the Chamber has a strong and vibrant partnership with the City
Mayor Jean Stothert has updated the city council this morning that the 2016 fiscal year budget surplus is projected to be $9.25 million. “We work diligently to ensure that all of our departments remain on track with their spending. This is a constant, year-round activity on our part that has
Mayor Jean Stothert has launched a new :30 television ad that highlights her successes in moving Omaha forward by bringing people together to solve tough problems. James Walker, a North Omaha pastor and Madeline Moyer, a South Omaha businesswoman, are featured in the ad talking about the
Mayor Jean Stothert issued the following statement today regarding Sheriff Tim Dunning’s endorsement of one of her opponents: “I respect Sheriff Dunning and was pleased to have his endorsement in my first race for mayor. “Our relationship had been excellent until we started
Mayor Jean Stothert’s campaign has hit the airwaves with their first :30 television ad that focuses on her efforts to protect Omaha’s families and neighborhoods from crime. Looking directly into the camera to speak to voters in parts of the ad, Stothert says: Since day one, your safety has been
Mayor Stothert statement and information on snowstorm preparation and day-of operations Although my husband and I were out of town on a short personal trip, I have been in regular and ongoing contact with our Public Works Department team and other city personnel regarding snow pre-treatment
Mayor Jean Stothert’s campaign has set a new record for fundraising in an Omaha mayoral campaign, raising $1.5 million in the current election cycle. The previous record, $1.16 million, was set by former Mayor Mike Fahey in his 2001 race against incumbent Hal Daub. Stothert’s campaign
The Stothert for Mayor campaign issued the following response to candidate Heath Mello’s suggestion for debates and forums: Mr. Mello’s suggestion today is nothing but an attempt to change the discussion from his refusal to make public any documents from his legislative term. What is he hiding?