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“Patty is an exceptional leader and an incredibly hard worker who gets things done. Patty will be a collaborative representative who will continue to work for the good of the City of Lincoln and the State of Nebraska. I look forward to having Patty Pansing Brooks in the Nebraska Legislature.”
– Mayor Chris Beutler
Patty Pansing Brooks is endorsed by the Lincoln Journal Star. Patty is also the only candidate endorsed by Nebraska State Education Association (NSEA), the Lincoln Education Association (LEA), the AFL-CIO, and the only candidate supported by the Nebraska Democratic Party and the Lancaster County Democratic Party in Legislative District 28.
I will take a stand and work hard for the issues that are important to all of us. I will fight for our children, our seniors, our jobs, our economy, our parks, our equity issues, our health, our schools and our safety–for all Nebraskans!
—Patty Pansing Brooks
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Promoting Strong and Healthy Families and Neighborhoods
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Patty Pansing Brooks Named Volunteer Fundraiser of the Year
Patty received the prestigious Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser award for her tireless efforts to improve the Lincoln community. Since the 1980s, she has been actively involved in numerous organizations including the YWCA, the United Way of Lancaster County, Family Service, Partnership for Healthy Lincoln Board and the Lincoln Parks Foundation.
“I have had the great fortune of working with some amazing people on a variety of important projects,” Patty said. “I have a strong desire to serve my community and state, and making life better for all Nebraskans.”
Pansing Brooks’ volunteer fundraising efforts have made a major impact in the Lincoln community in the past 10 years. In 2006, she Co-Chaired the successful $250 million school bond issue which provided four new public schools and renovations to numerous existing schools in Lincoln. Then in 2008, she Co-Chaired the $5 million campaign for Union Plaza, a new urban park as part of Antelope Valley project. From 2009-2013, Pansing Brooks Co-Chaired a $9.6 million campaign to restore Nebraska’s Centennial Mall, the seven-block connection between the State Capitol and the University of Nebraska campus.
“Patty’s volunteer involvement has touched so many lives, and has made our world a better place with her tireless work. She inspires everyone around her to be more passionate about their volunteerism and working to make a difference in their community,” said Susan Larson Rodenburg, Campaign Coordinator for the Lincoln Parks Foundation.