SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KCAU) — The winners of Nebraska’s U.S. House districts have been decided from Tuesday night’s primary election.
Mike Flood has won the Republican nomination for Nebraska 1st Congressional District for the U.S. House. Flood will be facing off against Democratic nomination, Patty Pansing Brooks. The two will face off in a June special election to replace Jeff Fortenberry who resigned from his seat earlier in the year.
Don Bacon has won the Republican nomination for U.S. House in Nebraska’s 2nd Congressional District. He is an incumbent. Bacon will have to face off against Tony Vargas who won the Democratic nomination.
Adrian Smith, another incumbent, has won the Republican nomination for U.S. House in Nebraska’s 3rd Congressional District. He will be facing off against Democrat David Else, who won with a lead of less than 5% against Daniel Wik.
Full election results can be viewed here.