A tight race for Nebraska’s first congressional district

LINCOLN, Neb. (COLOGNE) – Republican Mike Flood and Democrat Patty Pansing Brooks are running for the first congressional seat in the November general election.

Storm defeated Pansing Brooks in a special election in June and now holds the seat. This election determines who will serve a full two-year term.

As of 10:00 p.m., with an estimated 46% of the vote, the Hurricanes have a slight lead over Pansing Brooks.

  • Mike Flood 51%
  • Patty Pansing Brooks 49%

Flood said that if he were to return to Washington, he would focus on fighting inflation, securing the border and fighting rising crime.

Panning Brooks said she is focused on protecting reproductive rights, fighting inflation and protecting the elderly when it comes to Social Security and Medicare.

Nebraska’s First Congressional District consists of ten cities and two split counties and stretches from east central Nebraska to Lincoln and south to Omaha.

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