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Nebraska: Lieutenant Governors


Lieutenant Governors of Nebraska, 1877-2005 (May be incomplete!)
Othman A. Abbott 1877-79 Edmund C. Carns 1879-83 A. W. Agee 1883-85 H. H. Shedd 1885-89 George D. Meiklejohn 1889-91 Thomas Jefferson Majors 1891-95 Robert E. Moore 1895-97 James E. Harris 1897-99 Edward A. Gilbert 1899-1901 Ezra P. Savage 1901-03 Edmund G. McGilton 1903-07 Melville R. Hopewell 1907-11 Sam R. McKelvie 1913-15 James Pearson 1915-17 Edgar Howard 1917-19 Pelham A. Barrows 1919-23 Fred G. Johnson 1923-25 George A. Williams 1925-31 Theodore W. Metcalfe 1931-33 Walter H. Jurgensen 1933-38 Nate M. Parsons 1938-39 William E. Johnson 1939-43 Roy W. Johnson 1943-47 Robert B. Crosby 1947-49 Charles J. Warner 1949-55 Dwight W. Burney 1957-60 Dwight W. Burney 1961-65 Philip C. Sorensen 1965-67 John E. Everroad 1967-71 Frank Marsh 1971-75 Gerald T. Whelan 1975-79 Roland A. Luedtke 1979-83 Donald Francis McGinley 1983 Maxine B. Moul 1991- Dave Heineman 2001-05

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1911 May 2: Melville R. Hopewell, died in office.
  • 1940 Nov 5: William E. Johnson (Rep), elected; William H. Diers (Dem), defeated.
  • 1948 Nov 2: Charles J. Warner (Rep), elected; Sam Howell (Dem), defeated.
  • 1954 Nov 2: Charles J. Warner (Rep), elected; Stanley D. Long (Dem), defeated.
  • 1955 Sep 24: Charles J. Warner, died in office.
  • 1960: Norman A. Otto (Dem), defeated.
  • 1966 Nov 8: John E. Everroad (Rep), elected; Ross H. Rasmussen (Dem), defeated.
  • 1974: Terry Carpenter, defeated; Anne Stuart Batchelder (Rep), defeated.
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