The Winter 2022 Nebraska Voter newsletter has information on Part II of the LWVNE’s free virtual nonpartisan campaign school on Feb. 12; plans for Legislative Day on Feb. 15; a member spotlight on Rachel M. Gibson, director of education policy; a memorial tribute to Caryl Guisinger, who served as co-director of voter services in 2019-20; thank you to our 2021 donors; Toni Monette’s reflections on a global climate change conference; and reports from the directors of communications, education, government, and natural resources and energy.
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The LWVNE’s @DianneGBystrom has published an article on gender & candidate communication in 2020 US Senate races:
Registration now open for Part II of Represent! Running for Political Office in Nebraska. Meets from 10 am to 12 noon (CST) via Zoom on Feb. 12. Free & nonpartisan. Part II will focus on elements of a winning campaign & fundraising/finances. Register here: https://t.co/T86iiS1oTx