Candidate for Nebraska's 21st Legislative District
"With a forward-looking vision and energetic leadership, I know we can transform those challenges into opportunities for all Nebraskans."
A lifelong resident of Northwest Lincoln, Weber is the current Vice President of Client Relations for Mid America Casing Supply, LLC in Airpark. Recently, Weber served as a grassroots organizer opposing the CAFO proposal near Raymond and has been involved in several other community efforts to impact local policy and state law.
Weber has a long history of civic involvement. He was appointed by Mayor Leirion Gaylor Baird to Lincoln’s Keno/Human Services Advisory Board and confirmed unanimously by the City Council. He currently sits on the Board of Directors for Community Action Partnership of Lancaster and Saunders Counties as well as the Highlands Neighborhood Association. Weber is a member of Lincoln’s Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals Group, a graduate from the Lincoln Public School’s Citizens Academy, and an assistant debate coach at Lincoln Southwest High School. He also attends St. Luke United Methodist Church.
In addition to his community work, Weber attends the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where he expects to graduate in May 2020 with a B.A. in Political Science and Communication Studies, as well as an Undergraduate Public Policy Certificate. In addition to his studies, Weber is the Vice President of Client Relations for Mid America Casing Supply, LLC, a locally owned family business headquartered in Airpark. In 2018, Weber was honored with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Communication Studies Department Community Impact Award for his work on Legislative Bill 988 with State Senator Patty Pansing Brooks.
Brodey Weber’s experience has given him a deep understanding of state policies. He highlights access to quality education, environmental sustainability, consumer protection, and retaining young professionals through economic development as his top priorities.