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Nebraska State Capitol

Nebraska is the only state with a unicameral form of government. It has one nonpartisan house, with senators representing 49 districts. 2020 will be an election year, and some people who represent you at the state level now might lose their races or decide not to seek re-election. Also, Nebraska’s term-limits law, which restricts legislative representatives to two consecutive terms, might force some senators to leave office.

To find your current state senator, go to: nebraskalegislature.gov/senators/senator_find.php

Governor’s Office

Pete Ricketts mug

Gov. Pete Ricketts

Gov. Pete Ricketts

Office of the Governor, P.O. Box 94848, Lincoln, NE 68509-4848; 402-471-2244

governor.nebraska.gov

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Lt. Gov. Mike Foley

Lt. Gov. Mike Foley

Office of the Lieutenant Governor, P.O. Box 94863, Lincoln, NE 68509-4863; 402-471-2256

ltgov.ne.gov

U.S. House

1st Congressional District

Rep. Jeff Fortenberry 1514 Longworth HOB, Washington, DC 20515; 202-225-4806

fortenberry.house.gov

2nd Congressional District

Rep. Don Bacon 1024 Longworth HOB, Washington, DC 20515; 202-225-4155

bacon.house.gov

3rd Congressional District

Rep. Adrian Smith 502 Cannon HOB, Washington, DC 20515; 202-225-6435

adriansmith.house.gov

U.S. Senate

Sen. Deb Fischer

454 Russell SOB, Washington, DC 20510; 202-224-6551

fischer.senate.gov

Sen. Ben Sasse

107 Russell SOB, Washington, DC 20510; 202-224-4224

sasse.senate.gov

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