WAYNE – A current state senator who has been on the campaign trail for Nebraska Governor will continue to be on the road during several meet and greet opportunities in the north central to northeast part of the state.
Brett Lindstrom is a native Nebraskan running for Governor to bring a New Generation of Conservative Leadership to the state.
Lindstrom said he has passed about 60 bills during his time in the Legislature in Lincoln and is looking forward to running for governor.
“There are a lot of challenges that we need to take on and face and that prompted me into getting in the race,” said Lindstrom. “Was just a lot of people have been talking about issues for years and years and years and it’s time that we move forward and get a lot of this stuff done.”
As a Legislative Senator in Nebraska, there are two, four-year terms as Lindstrom enters his final session before being term-limited.
Lindstrom is a state senator for District 18 (northwest Omaha) and has been proud to be a state senator.
“One bill that I passed this last year that I’ve had worked on and actually campaigned on seven years ago was to phase out the tax on social security income,” Lindstrom added. “We were able to get that passed this last year and that affects about 325,000 Nebraskans.”
These meet and greets will offer 15-20 minutes of information from Lindstrom and then a question and answer session to follow.
Meet and Greet with State Senator Brett Lindstrom stops include Stuart at 6:45 a.m.; O’Neill at 8:15 a.m.; Chambers at 10 a.m.; Plainview at noon; Wausa at 3 p.m. and Bloomfield at 7 p.m. on Tuesday.
Moving into Wednesday, the meet and greet events with State Senator Brett Lindstrom will continue in Randolph at 8 a.m.; Belden at 9:30 a.m.; Newcastle at 11 a.m.; Martinsburg at noon; Ponca at 1 p.m. and Wakefield at 2:30 p.m.
The Wakefield event will be held from 2:30 until 3:30 p.m. at La Michoacana located at 108 Main Street.
“There’s unique situations and challenges that each community faces and, obviously there’s overarching things,” Lindstrom mentioned. “But it’s good just to get feedback on what those challenges might be and that’s part of getting out and that 15-stop tour the next couple of days.”
Young conservative students from Wayne State College will also be able to meet with State Senator Brett Lindstrom during his campaign for Nebraska Governor on which issues that matter most to them. *This event is not open to the public.
The Nebraska Primary is May 10.
Visit votelindstrom.com or like Brett Lindstrom on Facebook for more information if you are unable to attend a Meet and Greet to ask further questions or visit with Lindstrom.