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Will long shot in Omaha House race affect the outcome?

By   /  October 16, 2014  /  Nebraska  /  No Comments


In just the last few years he’s declared bankruptcy, says he’s been attacked by a couple of guys who were “drunk and drugged” and topping his list of issues is cleaning up a Japanese nuclear power plant.
Can he really impact the Omaha House race?

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Ebola virus infects Omaha congressional race

By   /  October 15, 2014  /  Nebraska  /  No Comments


The deadly Ebola virus is now alive and well in the heated Omaha House race.

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Omaha House ad watch: Crime fight edge goes to…

By   /  October 14, 2014  /  Nebraska  /  No Comments

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For the last few days Omaha voters have been served a steady diet of TV ads claiming Democratic Congressional hopeful Brad Ashford is either coddling criminals or protecting the public.
So who’s winning this battle?

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GOP chief calls on Democrat Ashford to resign from Legislature

By   /  October 13, 2014  /  Nebraska  /  No Comments

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Election Day is right around the corner so is the GOP’s demand that State Sen. Brad Ashford resign from the Nebraska Legislature good policy or bad politics?

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Six-figure party fights mark key NE legislative campaigns

By   /  October 10, 2014  /  Nebraska  /  No Comments

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Charges that the last session of the Nebraska Legislature was mired in do-nothing filibusters are not slowing Omaha area Democrats and Republicans from some high-priced Election Day senate fights.

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Minimum wagers top $1 million mark in campaign cash

By   /  October 9, 2014  /  Nebraska  /  No Comments

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With no organized opposition in its way, those out to raise Nebraska’s minimum wage have topped the $1 million mark in campaign cash: $1,217453 to be exact.

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