February 5, 2019
"I’m glad to share the State of the Union with Noah, and his powerful story with our state."
“I’m glad to share the State of the Union with Noah, and his powerful story with our state.”
Noah was born in Chicago with major heart issues and was adopted by Nebraskans as an infant. Despite having multiple open-heart surgeries, asthma, and a pacemaker, Noah competed on McCool Junction’s High School Cross Country team. Because of his medical history, Noah often was the last to finish races. Soon, his teammates and competitors — runners who had already completed the course — would join alongside Noah to finish the race with him.
Each member can invite only one guest to attend the President’s address to a joint session of Congress.
Sasse’s office has also arranged a tour of the U.S. Capitol for Noah and his family, as well as, a tour of the White House.