Ken Schilz

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Ken Schilz
Member of the Nebraska Legislature
from the 47th district
Assumed office
2009
Preceded by Philip Erdman
Personal details
Born (1969-01-17) January 17, 1969 (age 48)
Ogallala, Nebraska, U.S.
Political party Republican
Residence Ogallala, Nebraska, U.S.

Ken Schilz (born January 17, 1969) is an American politician who is currently a member of the unicameral Nebraska Legislature. He was born in and resides in Ogallala, Nebraska, and helps on his family-owned farm. Schilz and his wife, Deb, have two children.

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Schilz was elected in 2008 to represent the 47th Nebraska legislative district. He sits on the Agriculture, Business and Labor, and Natural Resources committees. He proposed LB640, an act relating to the Nebraska Advantage Act that amends certain sections of the advantage act to allow cities an option on whether local option sales and use tax is refundable.[1] He also proposed LB101, an act to opt Nebraska out of Daylight Saving Time, claiming that it will simplify life in the Nebraska Panhandle.[2]

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Preceded by
Philip Erdman
Nebraska state senator – District 47
2009–present
Incumbent