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Gubernatorial Debate
Nebraska 2014 Gubernatorial Debate
Sponsored by NET News and the Nebraska Broadcasters Association
Thursday, Oct. 2 at 7:00pm (CT) on NET1 and Radio

The Nebraska Democratic and Republican Party candidates for governor participate in a 60-minute debate from Lincoln.

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Nebraska 2014 U.S. Senate Debate
Sponsored by NET News and the Nebraska Broadcasters Association
Candidates for U.S. Senate participate in a 90-minute debate from North Platte High School.

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