Governor Pete Ricketts was sworn in as Nebraska’s 40th Governor on January 8, 2015. Governor Ricketts was first elected to office upon winning the Nebraska gubernatorial election on November 4, 2014. Prior to his election as governor, he worked to support Nebraska entrepreneurs and startup companies.
A lifelong Nebraskan, Deb Fischer is the senior senator from Nebraska, and was first elected to the U.S. Senate in 2012. Fischer is committed to working with Republicans and Democrats alike to advance sensible policies that will promote strong Nebraska families and communities.
Ben Sasse was elected in a 2014 landslide, winning each of Nebraska’s 93 counties, and securing the second-largest margin for a new senator in the history of the state. A fifth-generation Nebraskan, Ben grew up walking beans and detasseling corn, experiences that taught him the value of hard work.
Mike has dedicated his life to advancing conservative values, growing Nebraska's rural communities, and creating jobs. Prior to his election, Mike served two stints as a member of the Legislature from 2005 to 2013 and 2021 to 2022. He served as speaker of the Legislature from 2007 to 2013.
Lt. Governor Mike Foley was first elected to office as the running mate of Governor Pete Ricketts in 2014. Prior to his election as Lieutenant Governor, he served eight years as Nebraska State Auditor and served six years in the Nebraska Unicameral Legislature as the State Senator for District 29 in Lincoln.
Chairman Eric Underwood (Left), National Committeewoman Fanchon Blythe (Right), and National Committeeman J.L. Spray (Far Right) are devoted to electing strong conservative candidates who support the Party's principles of limited government, personal freedom, and fiscal responsibility.