The Tampa Bay Times reports that the University of Florida considers Sasse to be "the lone finalist to be the school's next president."
The process "could take a bit," according to KFAB reporter Ian Swanson. "While the process could take a bit, the announcements are expected 'imminently.'"
"I want to be clear here: this is a process that will take time, so the resignation will not take effect today. The process will be announced today, and I am told to expect the resignation to actually be made official in December," Swanson said in a tweet.
Sasse's resignation is the latest in a list of changes to Nebraska politics, which started this past summer.
"The Nebraska governor would then appoint a replacement for Sasse under state law. The second-term Sasse made a name for himself as a consistent Trump critic in Congress as well as a reliable conservative vote," Politico reports.
The Senate is currently evenly split along party lines, with Vice President Kamala Harris having the tie-breaking vote.
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