Campaign Connection 2014

Campaign Connection 2014 is the home for NET News coverage of the 2014 elections. Nebraska voters this year will be electing a new governor and a new U.S. senator.  There are many other local, state and national races that will affect all of us for years to come.  Campaign Connection 2014 provides you with the resources to inform those decisions. You'll find on this page our election-related Signature Stories, as well as links to national media coverage, and political and party blogs. Campaign Connection 2014 from NET News gives you the information you need to make responsible voting decisions.

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In Nebraska, Latinos make up 9 percent of the state’s population and that share is increasing. But among voters, Latinos have... more››
In a six-way primary, Nebraska Republicans nominated Omaha businessman Pete Ricketts for governor. Meanwhile, former University... more››
Nebraska’s 2014 primary election wrapped up last night (see more coverage from NET News here). To take a look at some of the... more››
NET News Campaign Connection 2014 coverage brings you the latest news, updates and behind-the-scenes stories from the Nebraska... more››
The Supreme Court’s Citizens United ruling in 2010 opened the flood gates for campaign spending, and the money is flowing into... more››
Congressman Lee Terry has represented Nebraska’s 2nd congressional district since 1998. His challenger in the primary election,... more››
Adrian Smith has represented Nebraska’s vast 3rd Congressional District since 2007. Next week, he’ll face Tom Brewer in the... more››
Of the six candidates running for Nebraska’s Republican nomination for governor, two currently hold statewide office: State... more››
Of the six candidates running for Nebraska’s Republican nomination for governor, two are state senators: Tom Carlson of Holdrege... more››
Among the six candidates in Nebraska’s Republican primary for governor are two Omaha businessmen: Pete Ricketts and Bryan Slone... more››
A year ago Ben Sasse was a relatively unknown small college president and political newcomer. Now he’s making a strong run in... more››
Of the five Nebraska Republicans running for U.S. Senate, Shane Osborn was the candidate with the most name recognition at the... more››
Like most of Nebraska’s Republican Senate candidates, Bart McLeay is a newcomer to running for office. But a seed of interest... more››
Clifton Johnson's campaign is very different than the four other Republicans running in Nebraska’s U.S. Senate race. He doesn’t... more››
Mike Johanns’ decision not to run for re-election led to a large field of Nebraska candidates for his U.S. Senate seat,... more››
The Nebraska Senate race is full of candidates—but mostly Republicans. There are only two men in the Democratic primary. As part... more››
The city of Fremont, in east-central NE, recently started to implement a housing ordinance that makes it illegal for landlords... more››
When current Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning decided to run for governor just months before the May primary, he opened up... more››
When current Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning decided to run for Governor just months before the May primary, he opened up... more››
Six Republican candidates for governor debated Sunday in Broken Bow, highlighting differences in experience and emphasis.Toward... more››
With no incumbents in either race, there’s a long list of primary election candidates for governor and U.S. Senate in Nebraska... more››
(Text story updated Jan. 22, 2014) There are 10 candidates in Nebraska's U.S Senate race and seven candidates for Nebraska... more››

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