Dutiful Deb and more — #NebDems News

Former President Trump’s second impeachment trial trudges on, as House impeachment managers laid out air-tight, damning evidence that he incited the Jan. 6 Capitol riot that saw five people die.

Alas, only six of 50 GOP senators voted to proceed with the trial — including Nebraska’s Ben Sasse. It would require at least 17 GOP senators to convict Trump.

The group of six did not include Sen. Deb “Yes, Mr. President” Fischer, who dutifully did her GOP duty and stood mute through Trump’s term as he committed a string of atrocities and gaffes.

So how compelling was the evidence?

As the Washington Post opined after previously unseen video of the riot was shown by prosecutors:

All that backstory aside, here’s the simple story the video told:

  • Trump ordered the mob to disrupt the election’s conclusion.
  • The mob listened to him very carefully, particularly his exhortation that desperate times call for “different rules,” and carried out his directive.
  • And then, after this understanding of “different rules” produced hours of destructive and deadly violence, Trump hailed the insurrectionists as heroes and great patriots for doing so.

Case closed.

Ya think Fischer was moved? Rub a lamp and make a wish.


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The NDP has designed a series of graphics in honor of past and present elected officials for Black History Month.

We will be posting them throughout the month on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

You can also view them all together here.


Check out our slate of great Democratic Candidates for the 2021 city elections in Lincoln and Omaha!

See them here.

And see important voting information and dates at the NDP Voting Center.


It is with great sadness that we learned of the passing of Mark Sullivan.

“Mark was a dedicated Democrat who believed in the power of our rural communities,” said NDP Chair Jane Kleeb. “He will be missed by us all, and the Nebraska Democratic Party sends our love to his family.”

Said Judy Vohland, CD3 Chair:

“Mark Sullivan was one of the wittiest and nicest guys that you ever wanted to meet. He and his wife Karen travelled the 3rd CD campaigning for the 3rd CD Congressional Seat and for all Democratic candidates. Mark was a committed Democrat and he will be sorely missed by me & all of his other friends.”



The Republicans have launched an attack on our voting process in Nebraska at the Legislature.

As reported by the Omaha World-Herald, state Sen. Julie Slama has introduced bills requiring voters to show ID in order to cast a ballot and another measure to change the way Nebraska allocates its five Electoral College votes — which helped President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris win the White House

“The GOP has tried to pass similar legislation for years, and we — led by our strong Democratic lawmakers and former Independent Sen. Ernie Chambers — have been able to reject those efforts,” said NDP Chair Jane Kleeb. “We plan to do it again.”

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Help build the NDP and become a Monthly Donor!

Some 550 Democrats ran in races across Nebraska in 2020 and had a 71 percent win rate. Many of the services we offered those candidates were bolstered by our Monthly Donors.


The NDP will be hosting four Donors and Grassroots Volunteer Briefings. We will focus on the success of 2020 and looking forward to 2021-2022.

We hope you will join us. Each meeting should take about 1 hour (30 minutes presentation, 30 minutes Q&A) Please share that with your contacts and members.

If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to Finance Director Precious McKesson at precious@nebraskademocrats.org

All events begin at 6pm Central Time/5pm Mountain

The first was on Feb. 11. The others:

Feb. 15 (Congressional District 1)

March 3 (Congressional District 3, Central & Eastern Nebraska)

March 8 (Congressional District 3, Western Nebraska)



Welcome to the Party calls have resumed! We are excited to cover topics like city elections, voter registration and the Legislature. We also will be giving our caucuses and councils the floor to talk about their goals and how you can get involved.

The next call is Feb. 23.

If you have suggestions for topics to cover, please email gina@nebraskademocrats.org.



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We leave you this week with a rendering by Mike Luckovich.

–By Kevin O’Hanlon/NDP Communications Director

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Feb. 15: 
Donors and Grassroots Volunteer Briefing (Congressional District 1)

Feb. 23: 
Welcome to the Party call

March 3: 
Donors and Grassroots Volunteer Briefing (Congressional District 3, Central & Eastern Nebraska)

March 6: State Central Committee phone meeting

March 8: Donors and Grassroots Volunteer Briefing March 8 (Congressional District 3, Western Nebraska)

March 14: 2021 LCDP Patriot’s Celebration

March 26: Last day to request a mail-in ballot for the Lincoln and Omaha city primary elections.

April 6: Lincoln and Omaha Primary Elections April 6

April 6: 
Welcome to the Party call

April 20: 
Welcome to the Party call

April 23
Last day to request an early ballot by mail for the City of Lincoln general election

April 30:
 Last day to request an early ballot for the City of Omaha general election

May 4:
 Lincoln General Election

May 4: 
Welcome to the Party call

May 11: 
Omaha General Election

May 11: 
Welcome to the Party call

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