Brett Lindstrom

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Brett Lindstrom
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Candidate for
Nebraska State Senate, District 18
High schoolMillard West High School
Bachelor'sUniversity of Nebraska
Place of birthLincoln, Nebraska
Brett Lindstrom was a 2014 candidate for District 18 of the Nebraska State Senate.

Lindstrom was a 2012 Republican candidate who sought election to the U.S. House representing the 2nd Congressional District of Nebraska. He was defeated by incumbent Lee Terry in the primary on May 15, 2012. [1]

Brett Lindstrom for Congress campaign logo.


Lindstrom earned his bachelor's degree from the University of Nebraska, where he played football and served as a Unity Council representative. His professional experience includes working as a financial advisor.[2]


Campaign themes


In an interview with radio station KIOS, Lindstrom said he wants to end the income, death and social security taxes.[3]



See also: Nebraska State Senate elections, 2014

Lindstrom ran in the 2014 election for Nebraska State Senate District 18. The general election takes place on November 4, 2014.[3]


See also: Nebraska's 2nd Congressional District elections, 2012

Lindstrom ran in the 2012 election for the U.S. House, representing Nebraska's 2nd District. He sought the nomination on the Republican ticket, but he was defeated by incumbent Lee Terry in the primary on May 15, 2012. [4]

Nebraska's 2nd Congressional District Republican Primary, 2012
Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngLee Terry 59.5% 27,998
Brett Lindstrom 22.8% 10,753
Jack Heidel 11.5% 5,406
Glenn Freeman 4% 1,885
Paul Anderson 2.2% 1,051
Total Votes 47,093


Lindstrom and his wife, Colette, have one daughter.[5]

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