Some races still too close to call, but GOP gains at the Capitol

In Election 2010, News, on November 4th, 2010

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Lincoln, NE – Some races are still too close to call in the Nebraska Legislature, but it appears the GOP has made some gains to its majority.

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Election questions?

In Election 2010, News, on November 3rd, 2010

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Omaha, NE – How did Omaha drum up 60+ points for Republican Congressman Lee Terry after swinging left for President Obama just two years ago? And after sweeping easily to victory, will Dave Heineman dump his Governor’s seat for a Senate bid in 2012? KVNO News Director Robyn Wisch analyzed Tuesday’s election night results with UNO Political Science Professor Paul Landow.

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Terry wins seventh term in Congress

In Election 2010, News, on November 3rd, 2010

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Omaha, NE РNebraska’s 2nd Congressional District followed the national trend with a solid Republican win. Incumbent Lee Terry successfully gained his 7th term in the U.S. House, beating Democratic challenger Tom White.

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Tom White concedes after weaker-than-expected showing

In Election 2010, News, on November 3rd, 2010

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Omaha, NE – After dozens of television ads and hundreds of thousands of dollars, Omahans have turned back the Democratic challenger for the U.S. House.

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Heineman poised to be longest running NE Gov.

In Election 2010, News, on November 3rd, 2010

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Lincoln, NE – Governor Dave Heineman promised to continue emphasizing education and jobs, even as state government tightens its belt, after he swept to re-election Tuesday.

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Nebraska keeps State Treasurer office

In Election 2010, News, on November 3rd, 2010

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Lincoln, NE – The proposed cost-saving measure to abolish the Nebraska’s State Treasurer’s office in 2015 failed to pass with almost 67% voting down the measure, as of 11:30pm Tuesday night. Republican Don Stenberg won the seat for the next term, and said he still hopes his office can save the state money.

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