Good Monday to ya’ll.
I was on “The American Way with Ian Swanson” on Saturday (1420AM, 94.5FM) to discuss the current, sad, state of the Nebraska Democrat party.
Hear it here:
I was Ian’s first guest, going for the first 15 minutes or so. Enjoy.
Prior to my radio debut with Ian, Nebraska’s Senior U.S. Senator, Deb Fischer was in Omaha, then Grand Island, Scottsbluff, Kearney and Lincoln to kick-off her 2018 re-election campaign.
Fischer was joined by Governor Pete Ricketts, as well as former Governor’s Dave Heineman and Kay Orr, Congressmen Don Bacon and Adrian Smith, as well as Mayor Jean Stothert and Bellevue Mayor Rita Sanders.
Currently, Fischer is opponent-less in her race. And as the Cook Political Report notes, “You can’t beat someone with no one.”
But the Nebraska Democrats have stated on The Facebook:
“We have a candidate. They will announce by early Fall.”
Wonder which wing of the party of the party “they’ll” be from.
Study: Water, wet
Hmm… So you’re telling me that if businesses are forced to pay their workers more, they’ll cut back on the number of work hours they give out?
What is this crazy math that you’re presenting me?
Follow @LeavenworthSt on the Twitter
Like Leavenworth Street – the talk of Nebraska politics on The Facebook