Gov. Jim Pillen is making it official.

He's "intending" to call the Legislature back into a special session that will begin July 25.

In a letter to the speaker of the legislature, Pillen says lawmakers will remain in session until they finish their "unfinished business" specifically the state's "property tax crisis."

In addition, Pillen says he's open to another special session to change the way Nebraska allocates its electoral votes.

Pillen favors winner-take-all.

For the last 30 years the state has allocated the votes by congressional district.

In 2020 President Biden picked up one of the state's five electoral votes by winning the Omaha area's 2nd Congressional District, although former President Trump won the rest of the state.