VOTER’S GUIDE: Lancaster County offices
LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) - Further down the ballot, all county-wide offices are up every four years during midterm elections.
For the first time since his initial election in 1994, Lancaster County Sheriff Terry Wagner will have competition in November. Two other candidates are running with an aim to oust the seven-term incumbent. If re-elected, Wagner has said this will be his last term.
County Engineer Pam Dingman is the sole incumbent in county office running for re-election without opposition.
Three of the five seats on the Lancaster County Board of Commissioners will be on the ballot this year, with incumbents running for re-election in two of them. District Three candidate Matt Schulte won the Republican nomination against incumbent Deb Schorr and is running unopposed.
We sent questionnaires to each candidate in the race. Responses from candidates are posted verbatim and not edited for spelling, grammar, or content. Click on each candidate’s photo for their responses.
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