LINCOLN, NE — Today, Nebraska's First Congressional District Representative Mike Flood declared his support and endorsed Tom Duden in his campaign to represent Lincoln's second district on the city council.
"I'm proud to endorse Tom Duden's candidacy to represent southeast Lincoln on the City Council," said Flood. "Tom has worked for years to keep Lincoln safe and as a city councilman will be a key factor in reducing crime and supporting our law enforcement."
"I'm honored to have earned Congressman Flood's support," said Duden. "During his time in the Legislature, Mike defended the right of public safety employees to bargain collectively. I am excited to get to work for the City of Lincoln and fight for our shared conservative values on the City Council."
Flood joins a multitude of individuals and organizations supporting Duden. Duden has been endorsed by the Lincoln Fire Fighters Union, Lincoln Police Union, Lincoln Independent Business Association, Attorney General Mike Hilgers, State Auditor Mike Foley, State Senator Myron Dorn, State Senator Robert Clements, Lancaster County Attorney Pat Condon, Lancaster County Sheriff Terry Wagner, Lancaster County Commissioner Matt Schulte, Lincoln City Councilman Richard Meginnis, Former City Councilman Roy Christensen, Former City Councilwoman Cyndi Lamm, and a coalition of local retired law enforcement officers and first responders.
To learn more about Tom Duden and his candidacy for Lincoln City Council - District 2, please visit TomDuden.com.