Trump General Election Campaign Organization, Nebraska
Donald J. Trump for President, Inc./Trump Victory 

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(page updated Oct. 6, 2020)
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Trump Victory Regional Political Director Midwest (IA, KS, MN, NE, ND, OK, SD and TX)  Ashley Walukevich

(previously regional director of delegates and party organization from Jan. 2019...succeeded Stephanie Alexander who was promoted to chief of staff, reported May 26, 2020)  New Hampshire state director for the RNC in the 2018 cycle.  A regional fied director for the New Hampshire Republican State Committee in 2016.  Worked for Sen. Susan Collins in her DC and Maine offices and on her re-election in 2014.  Worked for the Florida Republican Party / Romney presidential campaign as a field director in Boca Raton, 2012.  Degree in political science from Saint Joseph’s College of Maine, 2012; interned for Sen. Susan Collins all four years.  Originally from Rockingham County, NH.  twitter

Nebraska Republican Party  |  fb/nebraskagop  |  @NEGOP

Chairman  Dan Welch

(elected in Mar. 21, 2015 and re-elected in 2019)   Omaha attorney, Welch Law Firm.  Candidate for Mayor of Omaha in 2013.  Served on the Omaha City Council from 2001-09, including as president from 2005-09.  J.D. from Creighton University, 1998; bachelor's degree in political science from University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1993.

Executive Director Ryan Hamilton

(Mar. 2019)  Vice president of j3 Strategies, Nevada-based consulting firm from April 2015.  Manager for policy development at the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce.  Managing editor of MBE magazine.  Veteran of local and statewide campaigns in Nevada.  Master's degree in journalism and media studies from University of Nevada; bachelor's degree in politics from Catholic University of America.

Political Director  Caitlin Holman
(started at the party as a communications intern in 2014)  Graduate of University of Nebraska-Lincoln.  Born and raised in Lincoln, NE.  twitter