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Sen. Myron Dorn will seek reelection to Legislature

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Sen. Myron Dorn of Adams announced Wednesday that he will seek reelection to a second term in the Legislature representing District 30, which contains southeast portions of Lancaster County along with Gage County.

Dorn was instrumental in passing legislation that appropriates $2 million in each of the next two years to a fund that will help Gage County pay its costs of a federal judgment in the so-called Beatrice Six case.

The judgment awarded $28.1 million to six people wrongfully convicted of a 1985 murder. They served prison terms before being exonerated in 2009.

State Sen,.Myron Dorn, District 30

State Sen. Myron Dorn

District: 30

From: Adams

Party: Republican

Dorn said he has been "a strong voice for farmers like himself by promoting and advocating for greater property tax relief" and helped spearhead enactment of a bill sponsored by Sen. Tom Briese of Albion to change the valuation of agricultural land for property taxation.

"I've worked hard to listen to my constituents and ensure they have a voice in the Legislature," he said. 

Prior to his election to the Legislature in 2018, Dorn served as chairman of the Gage County Board of Supervisors. 

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