Omaha Mayor Jim Suttle and his wife Deb took advantage of early voting to cast their ballots in his recall election Monday morning.
“I don’t get nervous any more. I learned a long time ago just stay the course.”
When leaving the Douglas County Commissioner’s office, Mayor Suttle stated that the game isn’t over yet.
“When you get knocked down and sacked, you get up and get back on the line and get your team going down the field and drive the ball to the finish line. That is what we are going to do.”
Mayor Suttle stated that he has kept his promise.
“So we’ve done our thing as Citizen Jim and Citizen Deb and we’re doing the right thing. I’ve always felt that and I always said we would put the city first and Jim Suttle second.”
Omaha voters will decide Tuesday whether Mayor Suttle stays in office or to recall.