Omaha Mayor Stothert provides signatures for re-election
OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) – Omaha’s mayor says she is ready to do the job for another four years.
This morning Jean Stothert presented 1,500 signatures to the election commissioner.
One thousand valid signatures from registered Omaha voters are required to vote.
The first dual-term mayor says she wants to see a number of projects that she has started and completed.
“I don’t think we ever expected to deal with a pandemic and a COVID of protests and riots in 2020, and we helped the city – and we were much better off than most cities in the US . Our budget will be balanced and that kept me up at night, ”said Stothert.
Stothert says some of the unfinished businesses she wants to see through include the $ 200 million road project to keep the city from “tailing” the city in her words, chasing potholes, renovating downtown and crossroads to develop.
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