Your Republican Candidates

City of Omaha Municipal Elections | Early Voting Begins April 26th | General May 11th

Mayor of Omaha

Mayor Jean Stothert

Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert is in her second term as Mayor of Omaha. First elected in 2013, and re-elected in May 2017, she is the 51st Omaha mayor and the city’s first woman to be elected to the office.

Mayor Stothert’s priorities are public safety, job growth and economic development, improving our roadways, managing the city budget, and improving the taxpayer experience when interacting with city government.

City Council District 7

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Councilwoman Aimee Melton

Aimee Melton a wife, mother, business owner, attorney and former Douglas County Prosecutor. As your City Councilwoman, she will continue to serve our city, strengthen public safety, protect your tax dollars and provide freedom and opportunity for you and your families to rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic.

City Council District 6

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Councilman Brinker Harding

Brinker Harding is a fourth generation Omahan committed to serving the citizens of our City. Prior to being elected to the Omaha City Council in 2017, Brinker served as Chairman of the Omaha Planning Board, Chairman of the 2013 Charter Review Convention and Campaign Manager for Hal Daub’s Mayoral campaign in 2009. Brinker also served as Chief of Staff to Mayor Hal Daub from 1995 to 2000. Brinker is married to his wife Rebecca Harding and is the proud father to his two daughters, Elizabeth and Grace.

City Council District 5

Don Rowe

Don Rowe has worked at Millard Lumber for 25 years building Omaha into a vibrant and growing community.  A father of three and grandfather of 13 Don is committed to ensuring safe neighborhoods, a strong economy, and fiscally conservative budgeting. Don attends Kingsway Christian Church and serves on the Board of Trustees for Hope International University. He is endorsed by Mayor Jean Stothert, Congressman Don Bacon, Governor Pete Ricketts, the Omaha Police Officers Association, Former Douglas County Sheriff Tim Dunning and a number of trade unions. 

City Council District 4

Becky Barrientos-Patlan

My name is Becky Barrientos Patlan. I am running for City Council (South Omaha – District 4) and would love to earn your vote and here is why! In short, I am a Pro-God, Pro-America, Pro-Life, Pro-Religious Liberty, Pro-Police, Pro-Veteran and a Pro-Second Amendment Candidate! I am the best candidate for this very reason, and I will be the stronger voice for you and your families in South Omaha – District 4! “Pro bono Publico” means “FOR THE SAKE OF THE COMMUNITY.” That is all I’ve ever done… for you and your family, whether you’ve known it or not. I would appreciate your vote to continue helping you, on May 11! Thank you and VOTEBECKY! 402-612-5730

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