Election Contests and Ballot Measures

November 6, 2012 Nebraska General Election

Nebraska

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Only federal and state office contests and ballot measures are presented. Hopefully, with your financial support we will be able to cover all county, local and judicial contests in future elections.

US President & Vice President (Nebraska)
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Mitt Romney - R
►Websitewww.mittromney.com
74
Paul Ryan - R
►Websitewww.ryanforcongress.com
51
Barack Obama - D
►Websitemy.barackobama.com
59
Joe Biden - D
Gary Johnson - L
►Websitegaryjohnson2016.com
68
James P. "Jim" Gray - L
►Websitewww.judgejimgray.com
76
Randall Terry - U
►Websitewww.terryforpresident.com
US Senate
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Bob Kerrey - D
►Websitewww.bobkerrey.com
77
Deb Fischer - R
►Websitedebfischer2012.com
70
US House of Representatives
Member Of The U.S. House Of Representatives District One
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Jeff Fortenberry - R
►Websitewww.supportfort.com
60
Korey L. Reiman - D
Member Of The U.S. House Of Representatives District Three
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Adrian Smith - R
►Websitewww.joinadrian.com
50
Mark Sullivan - D
►Websitewww.marksullivan2012.com
Member Of The U.S. House Of Representatives District Two
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John W. Ewing, Jr. - D
►Websitewww.ewingfornebraska.com
60
Lee Terry - R
►Websitewww.leeterry.com
59
Nebraska Senate
Legislative District 1
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Dan Watermeier - R
►Websitedanwatermeier.com
60
Legislative District 2
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R. Paul Lambert
►Websitenews.legislature.ne.gov/dist02
70
Bill Kintner
►Websitekintnercutstaxes.com
60
Legislative District 3
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Scott Price - R
►Websitenews.legislature.ne.gov/dist03
58
Suzanne McNamara
►Websitewww.suzannemcnamara.com
Legislative District 5
Legislative District 7
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Christopher N. Geary
►Websitewww.geary2017.com
49
Jeremiah Nordquist
►Websitewww.jeremynordquist.com
39
Legislative District 9
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Erica Fish
Sara Howard
►Websitewww.sarafornebraska.com
39
Legislative District 11
Legislative District 13
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Tanya Cook
Timothy Ashford
►Websitevotetimothyashford.com
Legislative District 15
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Charlie Janssen - R
►Websitenews.legislature.ne.gov/dist15
50
Mike Petersen
Legislative District 17
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Van Phillips
►Websitewww.vanphillips2012.com
Dave Bloomfield
Legislative District 19
Legislative District 21
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Mike Hilgers
Ken Haar
Legislative District 23
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Vern Barrett
►Websitewww.barrettforlegislature.com
Jerry Johnson
►Websitejohnsonforlegislature.com
78
Legislative District 25
Kathy Campbell
►Websitekathycampbell.org
74
Legislative District 27
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Colby Coash
Kyle Michaelis
Legislative District 29
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Kate Bolz - D
Larry Zimmerman
►Websitezimmermanforlegislature.com
Legislative District 31
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Rick Kolowski
Acela Turco - R
►Websitewww.acelaturco.com
Legislative District 33
Legislative District 35
Legislative District 37
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Galen Hadley
►Websitesenatorgalenhadley.com
79
Josiah H. Woodward
Legislative District 39
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Beau McCoy - R
►Websitewww.votebeaumccoy.com
40
Judy M. Domina
Legislative District 41
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Kate Sullivan
Brook Curtiss
Legislative District 43
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John W. Ravenscroft
►Websitewww.ravenscroftforlegislature.com
Al Davis
►Websitewww.davisforlegislature.com
71
Legislative District 45
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Sue Crawford
►Websitesuecrawfordne.com
54
Richard Carter
►Websitewww.richardcarter2012.com
Legislative District 47
Legislative District 49
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John Murante
Frank C. Wellenstein
►Websitefrankforunicam49.org
Referendums and Ballot Measures
Amendment No. 1
A vote FOR this constitutional amendment would authorize impeachment of civil officers for acts that occurin pursuit of the office. Current law only allows for impeachment for acts that occur while in office.A vote AGAINST this constitutional amendment would not authorize impeachment of civil officers for actsthat occur while the civil officer is pursuing the office.A constitutional amendment to provide that any misdemeanor while in pursuit of his or heroffice is grounds for impeachment of a civil officer.ForAgainst.
Amendment No. 2
A vote FOR this constitutional amendment would set forth a constitutional right to hunt, to fish,and to harvest wildlife and would designate public hunting, fishing, and harvesting of wildlife as apreferred means of managing and controlling wildlife. The right set forth by this constitutionalamendment would be subject to certain laws, rules, and regulations, and this constitutional amendmentwould not be construed to modify current laws relating to trespass or property right laws orconstitutional provisions pertaining to water.A vote AGAINST this constitutional amendment would result in the right to hunt, to fish, and toharvest wildlife not being added to the Constitution of Nebraska and public hunting, fishing, andharvesting of wildlife not being designated a preferred means of managing and controlling wildlife.A constitutional amendment to establish the right to hunt, to fish, and to harvest wildlife andto state that public hunting, fishing, and harvesting of wildlife shall be a preferred means ofmanaging and controlling wildlife.ForAgainst.
Amendment No. 3
A vote FOR this constitutional amendment would change the number of terms a member of theLegislature may serve from two consecutive four year terms to three consecutive four year terms.A vote AGAINST this constitutional amendment would retain two consecutive four year terms asthe number of terms a member of the Legislature may serve.A constitutional amendment to change the limit on legislative terms to three consecutiveterms.ForAgainst.
Amendment No. 4
A vote FOR this constitutional amendment would increase the salary for members of theLegislature from twelve thousand dollars per year to twenty-two thousand five hundred dollars per year,beginning January 2013.A vote AGAINST this constitutional amendment would result in no change in the salary formembers of the Legislature.A constitutional amendment to change the salary of members of the Legislature to twentytwothousand five hundred dollars.ForAgainst.
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