The state is divided into 49 legislative districts, each home to approximately 35,000 people. Senators are elected to four-year terms and receive a salary of $12,000 a year.

A single Legislature exists for two years, called a biennium. There are two regular lawmaking sessions per biennium. Each regular session begins in January.

The biennium begins in odd-numbered years with a long session that consists of 90 working days. A shorter session is held in even-numbered years and consists of 60 working days. Long sessions usually last until mid-June, and short sessions usually last until mid-April. At the call of the governor, special sessions also may be held.

Below are links to each Nebraska Senator’s Web Page – listed by district. Each web page includes contact information, biography, district maps as well as information pertaining to Legislative Bills.

Name

District

Speaker Scheer, 19 19
Albrecht Joni, 17 17
Baker Roy, 30 30
Blood Carol, 3 3
Bolz, Kate 29
Bostelman Bruce, 23 23
Brasch Lydia, 16 16
Brewer Tom, 43 43
Briese Tom, 41 41
Chambers Ernie, 11 11
Clements Robert, 2 2
Craighead Joni, 6 6
Crawford Sue, 45 45
Ebke Laura, 32 32
Erdman Steve, 47 47
Friesen Curt, 34 34
Geist Suzanne, 25 25
Groene Mike, 42 42
Halloran Steve, 33 33
Hansen Matt, 26 26
Harr Burke, 08 8
Hilgers Mike, 21 21
Hilkemann Robert, 04 4
Howard Sara, 09 9
Hughes Dan, 44 44
Kolowski Rick, 31 31
Kolterman Mark, 24 24
Krist Bob, 10 10
Kuehn John, 38 38
Larson Tyson, 40 40
Lindstrom Brett, 18 18
Linehan Lou Ann, 39 39
Lowe John, 37 37
McCollister John, 20 20
McDonnell Mike, 5 5
Morfeld Adam, 46 46
Murante John, 49 49
Pansing Brooks Patty, 28 28
Quick Dan, 35 35
Riepe Merv, 12 12
Scheer Jim, 19 19
Schumacher Paul, 22 22
Smith Jim, 14 14
Stinner John, 48 48
Vargas Tony, 7 7
Walz Lynne, 15 15
Watermeier Dan, 01 1
Wayne Justin, 13 13
Williams Matt, 36 36
Wishart Anna, 27 27