Radio, Radio

A new Hal Daub for Mayor spot, on the radio, entitled, “Endorsements“.

Take a listen here:

And then there are a few more, put out by the Nebraska Alliance for the Private Sector. These three ads feature former Gubernatorial candidate Dave Nabity, and Omaha City Council President, Dan Welch.

Nabity sticks it to Jim Suttle for his campaign-long flirtation with any details on what he would do as Mayor.

Listen here:

Nabity #1

Nabity #2

Dan Welch

Exciting weekend a comin’…


We’ll be posting at various times over the next four days, so be sure to check back.


  1. Anonymous says:

    Suttle was at the Millard Business Association Awards Dinner last night. He looked totally deflated and defeated.

    The writting is on the wall.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Just got a robo-call from Gov. Dave supporting Hal Daub.

    Suttle is going to get crushed.

    There is an old phrase in politics to pick your medium and win.

    Suttle hasn’t.

    Daub has.

    Daub crushes Suttle.

  3. Anonymous says:

    My favorite part about this and other political blogs–you can express your opinion even if it’s totally wrong.

    I don’t know who’s going to win, but it’s not going to be a blow out. Hal Daub won’t “crush” anyone just like Jim Suttle won’t “crush” anyone. When turn out is going to be so low,like it will be on Tuesday, these elections will be decided by 500 or less votes.

    So I know this is a “republican blog” but lets use our brains…if you have one.

  4. Street Sweeper says:

    We already have Stothert-Blumenthal going here, lets not start with the East Coast – West Coast feud.

    Enough with the random rapper references.

  5. Anonymous says:

    That really is the issue Tuesday –how many people WON’T vote. Sad state of affairs when it’s as important as who will be our mayor and direct Omaha for the next four years, and apathy seems to be the only clear cut winner.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Amen to 4:21PM today. When hair,
    vans and husbands of become the topics that generate comment, it doesn’t bode well for electing sound leadership to high office.

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