VOTER’S GUIDE: Lancaster County offices

The Nebraska Primary Election is May 10.
The Nebraska Primary Election is May 10.(10/11 NOW)

LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) - All eight countywide elected offices in Lancaster County will appear on the November ballot, along with three seats on the county board of commissioners. Only three of those races feature a contested primary.

For Lancaster County Commissioner District 3, Republicans have a three-way primary between five-term incumbent Deb Schorr, former Lincoln Public Schools’ board member Matt Schulte and Travis Filing.

Public Defender Joe Nigro is being challenged in the Democratic Primary by Deputy Public Defender Kristi Egger.

Democrat Rachel Garver is on the November ballot for a second term to lead the county treasurer’s office. She’ll face the winner of the Republican Primary. Small business owner Tracy Refior is up against Jasmine Gibson, a title clerk in the treasurer’s office.

Unopposed candidates will appear on the general election ballot in November.

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