OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — For the 12th consecutive election, a Republican presidential candidate is victorious in Nebraska.
President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney return to Iowa Saturday for rallies.
With six days until the Presidential election, President Barack Obama’s campaign is getting support in Iowa from a former President.
Redistricting eliminated Iowa’s 5th Congressional District, and changes to districts 3 and 4.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska's three Republican congressmen are seeking re-election in races that have focused on the economy, the nation's debt and partisanship.
The final debate before the 2012 presidential election happens Monday night.
Douglas County residents will be voting on several different ballot measures November 6, one of which is the consolidation of two county offices.
With less than three weeks until the general election, both presidential candidates will be spending a lot of time in Iowa.
The Omaha Press Club and the League of Women Voters presented a debate today (Thursday) between the two candidates for Nebraska’s 2nd congressional District.
Republican Congressman Lee Terry is seeking his 8th term in office. He faces challenger, Democrat John Ewing, who’s currently Douglas County Treasurer.
Among the topics they discussed were healthcare, education, and federal subsidies.
President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney will debate Tuesday, a program you’ll hear at 8pm on KIOS.