Gabel for Governor 2018

Krystal Gabel most recently challenged Pete Ricketts in the May 2018 Republican Primary Gubernatorial race.

State law prevents Independent candidates from running effective statewide campaigns, so Krystal ran on the Republican ticket to instead challenge the uncontested incumbent. She garnered 22.6% of the Republican vote in Lancaster County.

In the news
Nebraska’s Most Progressive Gubernatorial Candidate May Become The Republican Nominee. TheRealProgressivesUSA.com.

Republican Candidate Wants To Make Nebraska The Hemp Capital of America. Civilized.





Gabel for City Council 2017

In the April 2017 Omaha City Primary, Krystal ran as an Independent against the incumbent and six other candidates for the District 2 City Council seat.

She missed moving to the General Election by 143 votes.

In the news
Incumbent faces a crowded field in bid for City Council District 2 re-election. Omaha.com.





Gabel for MUD 2016

In her first race for office in 2016, Krystal advanced as an Independent to the General Election for Metropolitan Utilities District (MUD), a race that spans three counties in the Omaha Metro area.

She received approximately 86,000 votes and missed election by 1% of the vote.

In the news
Utility’s rates, Old Market fire on minds of candidates for MUD board. Omaha.com.