Born and raised in Nebraska, Deb Fischer has consistently worked to improve the lives of her neighbors. A rancher, Deb is deeply connected to her state’s agricultural community. And as a former commissioner on the Nebraska Coordinating Commission for Post-Secondary Education and former board president of the Nebraska Association of School Boards, she is equally committed to improving the nation’s education system.
Deb’s exceptional leadership and natural ability to work with others to achieve common goals have been the hallmarks of her career - including in the Nebraska legislature where a colleague once called her “one of the most talented and effective senators in the body, maybe in the history of the body.” That’s high praise from a Democrat. It’s no surprise Deb was the first woman to be elected to a full term as U.S. Senator from the Cornhusker state.
As senator, Deb took her unflagging work ethic to Washington. She works tirelessly to defend our nation and knock down bureaucracy and regulations that hurt middle-class families. She is an established leader on transportation issues - a top priority dating back to her chairmanship of the Nebraska Legislature’s Transportation and Telecommunication Committee. Deb is an innovator committed to moving America forward.
You’ll find Deb on the ballot for reelection in Nebraska this November.