|Born:||November 1, 1958 (age 60)|
|Career:||Lincoln (Nebraska) City Council|
|Education:||BA, Creighton University|
Jane Raybould was the 2018 Democratic nominee for the U.S. Senate for Nebraska, losing to incumbent Deb Fischer.
Raybould was born and raised in Lincoln, Nebraska. She earned a Bachelor of Arts from Creighton University and a Master of Arts from Georgetown. She is vice president and director of buildings and equipment for B&R Stores Inc,, her family's business.
Raybould's political career started in small civic leadership positions such as the board member of the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce, the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center and the Community Health Endowment. She has served on the Lincoln (Nebraska) City Council since 2015. Previously, she served as Lancaster County commissioner.