Legislative candidate Willnerd campaigns in Falls City

(KLZA)-- Nebraska First District Legislative candidate Glenda Willnerd from rural Unadilla made a campaign swing through Falls City on Wednesday.

Willnerd who worked teaching and as a librarian in a number of school districts including Omaha and Lincoln Public Schools, at Pender, Weeping Water and Waverly.

Willnerd says she decided to run for office explained following her involvement with LB-753 last year. She feels strongly that public funds should stay with public schools and not go the private schools. After collecting signatures to repeal the bill, she stayed involved.

Willnerd noted her priorities if elected would be

to keep ag communities strong and growing and affordable housing in small rural communities. She also said it's important to help veterans and be sure they have affordable housing. Preservation of our First Amendment Rights is also on the candidates priority list.

When MSC News asked Willnerd why she feels she is the best candidate for the position, she said, “because I'm a woman, and that she will fight for whatever is needed.” Willnerd says its important to be able to work with all kinds of people and that she would advocate for everyone.

Glenda Willnerd will be hosting a meet and greet in Falls City on Friday, April 19 from 5 -7 p.m at the John Falter Museum.

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