A Lincoln insurance agent plans to continue running for re-election to a natural resources district board even though he is due to be sentenced for perjury next month.
Larry Hall is also in the midst of bankruptcy, his insurance license is under review, and he owes an insurance company more than $55,000.
But after talking with his supporters, Hall said he intends to continue serving on the Lower Platte South Natural Resources District board.
The 67-year-old Hall pleaded no contest to perjury in June. He will be sentenced on Aug. 24 for making false statements under oath during the legal dispute over the sale of Hall's company, Associated Insurance Managers, to the McCashland-Kirby Insurance Agency in 2007.