As your State Senator, Al Davis ...
Introduced and supported a 180% (or:
a $91 million) increase in the property tax credit fund
Passed a resolution putting Nebraska
on record in support of a federal mandate for two-man train crews
Addressed rural health care issues,
with a special focus on elderly Nebraskans
Advocates for economic development
opportunities in our district
Stands up against efforts to close
Believes rural Nebraska can compete
with any other location if given the proper resources.
Encourages and supports career readiness
and accountability for school districts
Brought new fire suppression equipment
to the district to prevent devastating wildfires
Fought against corporate takeover
of Nebraska's farms and ranches
Fought against efforts to protect
prairie dogs and mountain lions by urban senators
Strongly opposes special tax breaks
for large urban corporations
Advocates for completion of the Nebraska
expressway system by 2033
Promotes Distict 43 as Nebraska's
premiere tourist destination
Fights for lower property taxes through
increased state funding of local schools
And will continue to STAND STRONG
for rural Nebraska!
District 43 is larger than 72 of the world's independent
nations. It is 20% of Nebraska's total land mass, spanning
two time zones and two area codes.
We have 13 counties and 16 school districts.
The District's elevation ranges from 4600 ft (Dawes County)
to 1740 ft (KeyaPaha County).
District 43 has most of the
public land in Nebraska, attracting tourism to the region:
National Forest at Halsey
Robinson State Park
BNSF Rairoad has over 150 miles of track that traverses
District 43, contributing significantly to our local economy.