Lincoln, NE – State Sen. Kate Bolz’s congressional campaign will host a virtual town hall to connect with constituents and supporters across Nebraska’s 1st Congressional District. The town hall is open to the public with online registration available at katebolz.com/virtual.
“Now more than ever, we need representation in Washington that stands up for Nebraskans – no matter the circumstances. The recent health pandemic means that it’s more important than ever to share information and connect with the people of Nebraska” Bolz said.
She continued, “The virtual town hall format allows our campaign to connect with constituents from across the entire district and answer questions. I encourage everyone who is interested in our campaign to RSVP at katebolz.com/virtual.”
The town hall – which will begin at 5:30 p.m. on March 19 – is expected to last 30 minutes, including questions from participants. Bolz will share updates from the first several months of the campaign, discuss recent activity in the Nebraska Legislature and respond to questions from participants. Questions may be submitted in advance when registering.
A proud 6th generation Nebraskan, Kate Bolz grew up on a family farm near Palmyra, southeast of Lincoln. She has represented south central Lincoln in the Nebraska unicameral Legislature since 2013. In the Legislature, Kate works with both Republicans and Democrats to deliver an annual balanced budget that reflects Nebraska’s priorities. Her colleagues elected her to serve as vice chair of the Appropriations Committee, which develops that budget.
Kate is the former executive director of the Nebraska Association of Service Providers, an association of community-based disability service providers across the state. She is also an adjunct professor at Nebraska Wesleyan University. She is a Meals on Wheels volunteer at Tabitha Health Care Systems and an active member of both her hometown church, the Palmyra Presbyterian Church, and of First Plymouth Church in Lincoln.
Kate earned her bachelor’s degree from Nebraska Wesleyan University and a master’s in social work from the University of Michigan.