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The current Governor of Nebraska is Dave Heineman (R). Heineman assumed office as the 39th Governor of Nebraska on January 20, 2005 with the departure of Governor Mike Johanns for a US cabinet position. His second elected term as governor extends from January 2011 to January 2015.
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Who was the governor of Nebraska in 2008?

Dave Heineman (born May 12, 1948 in Falls City, Nebraska) succeeded Mike Johanns as the thirty-ninth, and current, Governor of Nebraska, serving since January 20, 2005, including the whole of 2008.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 2000?

Mike Johanns (born June 18, 1950 in Osage, Iowa) succeeded Ben Nelson as the thirty-eighth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 7, 1999 and January 20, 2005, including the whole of 2000.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1868?

David Butler (born December 16, 1829 in Linton, Indiana; died May 5, 1891 in Bloomington, Indinaa; died May 25, 1891 in Pawnee City, Nebraska), the first Governor of Nebraska, served between February 21, 1867 and June 2, 1871, including the whole of 1868.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1870?

David Butler (born December 16, 1829 in Linton, Indiana; died May 5, 1891 in Bloomington, Indinaa; died May 25, 1891 in Pawnee City, Nebraska), the first Governor of Nebraska, served between February 21, 1867 and June 2, 1871, including the whole of 1870.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1874?

Robert Wilkinson Furnas (born May 5, 1824 in Troy, Ohio; died June 1, 1905 in Lincoln, Nebraska) succeeded Wililam H. James as the second Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 13, 1873 and January 11, 1875, including the whole of 1874.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1876?

Silas Garber (born September 21, 1833 in Logan County, Ohio; died January 12, 1905 in Red Cloud, Nebraska) succeeded Robert Wilkinson Furnas as the third Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 11, 1875 and January 9, 1879, including the whole of 1876.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1877?

Silas Garber (born September 21, 1833 in Logan County, Ohio; died January 12, 1905 in Red Cloud, Nebraska) succeeded Robert Wilkinson Furnas as the third Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 11, 1875 and January 9, 1879, including the whole of 1877.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1878?

Silas Garber (born September 21, 1833 in Logan County, Ohio; died January 12, 1905 in Red Cloud, Nebraska) succeeded Robert Wilkinson Furnas as the third Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 11, 1875 and January 9, 1879, including the whole of 1878.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1879?

Silas Garber (born September 21, 1833 in Logan County, Ohio; died January 12, 1905 in Red Cloud, Nebraska) succeeded Robert Wilkinson Furnas as the third Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 11, 1875 and January 9, 1879.\n. \nFollowing the end of Garber's term as Governor, Albinus Nance (b (MORE)

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1880?

Albinus Nance (born March 30, 1848 in Lafayetteville, Illinois; died December 7, 1911 in Lincoln, Nebraska) succeeded Silas Garber as the fourth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 9, 1879 and January 4, 1883, including the whole of 1880.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1881?

Albinus Nance (born March 30, 1848 in Lafayetteville, Illinois; died December 7, 1911 in Lincoln, Nebraska) succeeded Silas Garber as the fourth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 9, 1879 and January 4, 1883, including the whole of 1881.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1882?

Albinus Nance (born March 30, 1848 in Lafayetteville, Illinois; died December 7, 1911 in Lincoln, Nebraska) succeeded Silas Garber as the fourth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 9, 1879 and January 4, 1883, including the whole of 1882.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1884?

James W. Dawes (born January 8, 1844 in McConnelsville, Ohio; died October 8, 1918 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin) succeeded Albinus Nance as the fifth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 4, 1883 and January 6, 1887, including the whole of 1884.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1885?

James W. Dawes (born January 8, 1844 in McConnelsville, Ohio; died October 8, 1918 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin) succeeded Albinus Nance as the fifth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 4, 1883 and January 6, 1887, including the whole of 1885.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1886?

James W. Dawes (born January 8, 1844 in McConnelsville, Ohio; died October 8, 1918 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin) succeeded Albinus Nance as the fifth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 4, 1883 and January 6, 1887, including the whole of 1886.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1887?

James W. Dawes (born January 8, 1844 in McConnelsville, Ohio; died October 8, 1918 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin) succeeded Albinus Nance as the fifth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 4, 1883 and January 6, 1887.\n. \nFollowing the end of Dawes' term as Governor, John M. Thayer (born January (MORE)

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1891?

John M. Thayer (born January 24, 1820 in Bellingham, Massachusetts; died March 19, 1906 in Lincoln, Nebraska) succeeded James W. Dawes as the sixth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 6, 1887 and February 8, 1892, including the whole of 1891.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1897?

Silas A. Holcomb (bon August 25, 1858 in Gibson County, Indiana; died April 25, 1920 in Bellingham, Washington) succeeded Lorenzo Crounse as the ninth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 3, 1895 and January 5, 1899, including the whole of 1897.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1899?

Silas A. Holcomb (bon August 25, 1858 in Gibson County, Indiana; died April 25, 1920 in Bellingham, Washington) succeeded Lorenzo Crounse as the ninth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 3, 1895 and January 5, 1899.\n. \nFollowing the end of Holcomb's term as Governor, William A. Poynter (MORE)

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1900?

William A. Poynter (born May 29, 1848 in Eureka, Illinois; died April 5, 1909) succeeded Silas A. Holcomb as the tenth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 5, 1899 and January 3, 1901, including the whole of 1900.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1903?

Ezra P. Savage (born April 3, 1842 in Connorsville, Indiana; died January 8, 1920 in Tacoma, Washington) succeeded Charles H. Dietrich as the twelfth Governor of Nebraska, serving between May 1, 1901 and January 8, 1903.\n. \nFollowing the end of Savage's term as Governor, John H. Mickey (born Sept (MORE)

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1905?

John H. Mickey (born September 30, 1845 in Burlington, Iowa; died June 21, 1910 in Osceola, Nebraska) succeeded Ezra P. Savage as the thirteenth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 8, 1903 and January 3, 1907, including the whole of 190

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1906?

John H. Mickey (born September 30, 1845 in Burlington, Iowa; died June 21, 1910 in Osceola, Nebraska) succeeded Ezra P. Savage as the thirteenth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 8, 1903 and January 3, 1907, including the whole of 190

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1909?

George L. Sheldon (born May 31, 1870 in Nehawka, Nebraska; died April 4, 1960 in Greenville, Mississippi) succeeded John H. Mickey as the fourteenth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 3, 1907 and January 7, 1909.\n. \nFollowing the end of Sheldon's term as Governor, Ashton C. Shallenberg (MORE)

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1910?

Ashton C. Shallenberger (born December 23, 1862 in Toulon, Illinois; died February 22, 1938 in Franklin, Nebraska) succeeded George L. Sheldon as the fifteenth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 7, 1909 and January 5, 1911, including the whole of 1910.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1912?

Chester H. Aldrich (born November 10, 1860 in Pierpoint, Ohio; died March 10, 1924) succeeded Ashton C. Shallenberger as the sixteenth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 5, 1911 and January 9, 1913, including the whole of 1912.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1913?

Chester H. Aldrich (born November 10, 1860 in Pierpoint, Ohio; died March 10, 1924) succeeded Ashton C. Shallenberger as the sixteenth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 5, 1911 and January 9, 1913.\n. \nFollowing the end of Aldrich's term as Governor, John H. Morehead (born December 3, (MORE)

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1915?

John H. Morehead (born December 3, 1861 in Lucas County, Iowa; died May 31, 1942 in St. Joseph, Missouri) succeeded Chester H. Aldrich as the seventeenth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 9, 1913 and January 4, 1917, including the whole of 1915.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1918?

Keith M. Neville (born February 25, 1884 in North Platte, Nebraska; died December 4, 1959 in North Platte, Nebraska) succeeded John H. Morehead as the eighteenth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 4, 1917 and January 9, 1919, including the whole of 1918.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1921?

Samuel McKelvie (born April 15, 1881 in Fairfield, Nebraska, died January 6, 1956 in Mesa, Arizona) succeeded Keith M. Neville as the nineteenth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 9, 1919 and January 3, 1923, including the whole of 1921.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1925?

Charles W. Bryan (born February 10, 1867 in Salem, Illinois; died March 4, 1945 in Lincoln, Nebraska) succeeded Samuel McKelvie as the twentieth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 3, 1923 and January 8, 1925.\n. \nFollowing the end of Bryan's term as Governor, Adam McMullen (born June 12 (MORE)

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1927?

Adam McMullen (born June 12, 1872 in Wellsville, New York; died March 2, 1959) succeeded Charles W. Bryan as the twenty-first Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 8, 1925 and January 3, 1929, including the whole of 1927.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1928?

Adam McMullen (born June 12, 1872 in Wellsville, New York; died March 2, 1959) succeeded Charles W. Bryan as the twenty-first Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 8, 1925 and January 3, 1929, including the whole of 1928.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1929?

Adam McMullen (born June 12, 1872 in Wellsville, New York; died March 2, 1959) succeeded Charles W. Bryan as the twenty-first Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 8, 1925 and January 3, 1929.\n. \nFollowing the end of McMullen's term as Governor, Arthur J. Weaver (born November 18, 1873 in (MORE)

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1937?

Robert Leroy Cochran (born January 28, 1886 in Avoca, Nebraska; died February 23, 1963) succeeded Charles W. Bryan as the twenty-fourth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 3, 1935 and January 9, 1941, including the whole of 1937.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1938?

Robert Leroy Cochran (born January 28, 1886 in Avoca, Nebraska; died February 23, 1963) succeeded Charles W. Bryan as the twenty-fourth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 3, 1935 and January 9, 1941, including the whole of 1938.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1939?

Robert Leroy Cochran (born January 28, 1886 in Avoca, Nebraska; died February 23, 1963) succeeded Charles W. Bryan as the twenty-fourth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 3, 1935 and January 9, 1941, including the whole of 1939.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1940?

Robert Leroy Cochran (born January 28, 1886 in Avoca, Nebraska; died February 23, 1963) succeeded Charles W. Bryan as the twenty-fourth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 3, 1935 and January 9, 1941, including the whole of 1940.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1944?

Dwight Griswold (born November 27, 1893 in Harrison, Nebraska; died April 12, 1954 in Bethesda, Maryland) succeeded Robert Leroy Cochran as the twenty-fifth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 9, 1941 and January 9, 1947, including the whole of 1944.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1945?

Dwight Griswold (born November 27, 1893 in Harrison, Nebraska; died April 12, 1954 in Bethesda, Maryland) succeeded Robert Leroy Cochran as the twenty-fifth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 9, 1941 and January 9, 1947, including the whole of 1945.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1946?

Dwight Griswold (born November 27, 1893 in Harrison, Nebraska; died April 12, 1954 in Bethesda, Maryland) succeeded Robert Leroy Cochran as the twenty-fifth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 9, 1941 and January 9, 1947, including the whole of 1946.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1948?

Val Peterson (born Frederick Valdemar Erastus Peterson on July 18, 1903 in Oakland, Nebraska; died October 17, 1983 in Fremont, Nebraska) succeeded Dwight Griswold as the twenty-sixth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 9, 1947 and January 8, 1953, including the whole of 1948.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1952?

Val Peterson (born Frederick Valdemar Erastus Peterson on July 18, 1903 in Oakland, Nebraska; died October 17, 1983 in Fremont, Nebraska) succeeded Dwight Griswold as the twenty-sixth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 9, 1947 and January 8, 1953, including the whole of 1952.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1955?

Robert B. Crosby (born March 26, 1911 in North Platte, Nebraska; died January 7, 2000 in Lincoln, Nebraska) succeeded Val Peterson as the twenty-seventh Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 8, 1953 and January 6, 1955.\n. \nFollowing the end of Crosby's term as Governor, Victor Emanuel And (MORE)

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1957?

Victor Emanuel Anderson (born March 30, 1903 in Havelock, Nebraska; died August 15, 1962) succeeded Robert B. Crosby as the twenty-eighth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 6, 1955 and January 8, 1959, including the whole of 1957.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1958?

Victor Emanuel Anderson (born March 30, 1903 in Havelock, Nebraska; died August 15, 1962) succeeded Robert B. Crosby as the twenty-eighth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 6, 1955 and January 8, 1959, including the whole of 1958.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1960?

Ralph G. Brooks (born July 6, 1898 in Eustis, Nebraska; died September 9, 1960 in Lincoln, Nebraska) succeeded Victor Emanuel Anderson as the twenty-ninth Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 8, 1959 and his death.\n. \nFollowing Brooks' death in office, Dwight W. Burney (born January 7, 1 (MORE)

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1961?

Dwight W. Burney (born January 7, 1892 in Hartington, Cedar County, Nebraska; died March 10, 1987 in Hartingdon, Cedar County, Nebraska) succeeded Ralph G. Brooks as the thirtieth Governor of Nebraska, serving between September 9, 1960 and January 5, 1961.\n. \nFollowing the end of Burney's term as (MORE)

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1965?

Frank B. Morrison (born May 20, 1905 in Golden, Colorado; died April 19, 2004 in McCook, Nebraska) succeeded Dwight W. Burney as the thirty-first Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 5, 1961 and January 5, 1967, including the whole of 1965.

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1966?

Frank B. Morrison (born May 20, 1905 in Golden, Colorado; died April 19, 2004 in McCook, Nebraska) succeeded Dwight W. Burney as the thirty-first Governor of Nebraska, serving between January 5, 1961 and January 5, 1967, including the whole of 1966.