Deb Schorr named district manager for Rep. Mike Flood | Regional government

Lancaster County Commissioner Deb Schorr will serve as newly elected Rep. Mike Flood’s district director, managing his 1st Congressional District offices in Lincoln and throughout the district, the new Republican congressman said Thursday.

“This is an extremely important position as my goal is to provide the best possible service to constituents,” Flood said during the announcement.






Deb Schorr, Lancaster County Commissioner, representing District 3


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“Schorr’s ties to the business world and his in-depth knowledge of local issues will prove invaluable,” he said.

Flood, a Norfolk native, was elected on June 28 to fill the House seat left vacant by the resignation of Jeff Fortenberry following his conviction for lying to federal officials about illegal foreign contributions to his re-election campaign of 2016.

Schorr, of Lincoln, will continue as county commissioner until the end of his current term, which expires at the end of this year.

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Flood is currently serving the final six months of Fortenberry’s term and will meet with Democratic candidate Senator Patty Pansing Brooks of Lincoln in a November 8 general election rematch to determine who will serve the next two-year term beginning in January. .

Schorr has served as Lancaster County Commissioner since 2002. She was ousted by Matt Schulte in the Republican primary in May.

In a press release, Flood highlighted Schorr’s experience in handling issues ranging from infrastructure financing to economic development and tax policy.

“As district manager, my top priority will be to provide unparalleled customer service to constituents,” Schorr said.

“With so many issues affecting families and communities in this district, Nebraskans need someone to fight for them in Washington and at home.”

Schorr was previously executive assistant to former Governor Kay Orr.

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