Hassebrook entered the race last month after Kerrey said he was not going to run. Last week when Kerrey changed his mind and jumped into the race Hassebrook was clearly upset.
When reports first circulated that Kerrey was getting in Hassebrook said he didn’t believe it because Kerrey just told him a few days earlier that he would help with Hassebrook’s campaign.
“Bob Kerrey is a man of integrity,” Hassebrook said. “I gave up my seat on the University of Nebraska Board of Regents based on his word. I do not believe he would go back on it.”
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Reported by Joe Jordan, email@example.com
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