Democratic congressional nominee Kate Bolz has tested positive for the coronavirus after quarantining Monday following her fiancé's COVID-19 diagnosis.
The state senator who's challenging incumbent Republican Congressman Jeff Fortenberry announced her own positive test Wednesday.
In a statement on Twitter, Bolz said she's grateful for the care she has received and will continue to quarantine while she recovers.
Bolz's fiancé, Sean Flowerday, the chair of the Lancaster County Board, tested positive Monday.
Bolz said she will continue campaigning virtually while her staff and volunteers continue working across the district.
The 2020 Journal Star general election Voter's Guide
Your guide to Lincoln-area and statewide races and ballot questions that will appear on the Nov. 3 general election ballot. Click on a race name to see the candidates and learn about their views on the issues.
Nebraska voters will decide whether to cap the maximum annual rates associated with payday loans at 36% following a successful ballot initiative.
Nebraska voters will determine whether to allow casino gambling to enter the state when they consider a three-pronged initiative on the general election ballot.
Only one of the two seats on the Lancaster County Board of Commissioners up for election this year features a contested race.
The University of Nebraska Board of Regents consists of eight members elected to serve six-year terms representing districts across the state.
The State Board of Education sets state education policy and regulations, and oversees the Nebraska Department of Education.
Judges in Nebraska are appointed by the governor and then retained by popular vote. It is extremely rare for a sitting judge to be voted out of office.
Nebraska holds three seats in the U.S. House of Representatives. Eastern Nebraska's 1st District includes Lincoln; the 2nd District includes Omaha; and the 3rd District encompasses western and central Nebraska, along with the northeastern and southeastern corners of the state.
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