Board of Education Candidate

Elizabeth Tegtmeier, candidate for Nebraska State Board of Education District 7, announced an upcoming meet and greet in O’Neill.

Elizabeth Tegtmeier, candidate for Nebraska State Board of Education District

7, announced an upcoming meet and greet in O’Neill.

Join Politics Uncorked for a chance to meet Elizabeth Tegtmeier on Thursday, Jan 13 at 87541 Hwy 281.

The meeting will begin with a potluck at 6:30 pm. The program is at 7 pm. She will share information

about her campaign and hear concerns about education in our state. Residents of O’Neill and the

surrounding area are encouraged to stop in.

Tegtmeier is a certified English teacher with a Bachelor’s Degree from University of Nebraska Lincoln

and a Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction from University of Nebraska Kearney. She was born and

raised in North Platte where she and her husband are raising their family.

Tegtmeier is running for the Nebraska State Board of Education to improve student proficiency in core

subjects and to support rural schools through restructuring state aid, increasing local control in

education, and identifying ways to recruit and retain outstanding qualified teachers. She is opposed to

comprehensive sex ed and critical race theory being taught in Nebraska’s schools.

“I am running for the Nebraska State Board of Education to be the voice for our values in western

Nebraska,” said Tegtmeier. “Our children and families need a strong voice and advocate to stand up for

the future of our state.”

Contact Jason Schindler at (402)961-9499 for any questions regarding location.

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