Bosn appointed to Legislature

Gov. Jim Pillen held a press conference April 6 to announce the appointment of Carolyn Bosn of Lincoln as the next representative for District 25 in the Nebraska Legislature.

Bosn, an attorney and adjunct professor at the University of Nebraska College of Law, will complete the final year of Lincoln Sen. Suzanne Geist’s term, which ends in January 2025. Geist announced her resignation April 5, saying she intends to focus on her mayoral campaign.

Pillen described Bosn as “tough” and “smart” and someone who would “do whatever it takes” to retain the LD25 seat. Bosn said she will run in November 2024.

A native of Columbus, Bosn is a former prosecutor in the Lancaster County Attorney’s Office who said she left that position six years ago to be a stay-at-home mom. She and husband Reggie have four children.

“As a public servant, I approached every day as an opportunity to do what is fair and right,” Bosn said.

She will take her seat when the Legislature convenes April 11.

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