No 2014 Bids for Nebraska's Bruning or Pennsylvania's Kane
A pair of state attorney generals announced that they don’t want to run for governor in their states in 2014.
First, Republican Jon Bruning in Nebraska, who ran for the U.S. Senate in 2012, courtesy the good folks at WatchDog….
Meet One of the Men Running Against the 'Cornhusker Kickback'
Over on the home page, an interview with Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning, who’s running for Senate in 2012, hoping to knock off Sen. Ben Nelson, well known for the “Cornhusker Kickback.”
I liked his answer when I asked him …
Bad News for Sen. Kickback. Er, You Know Who We Mean.
The latest numbers from Public Policy Polling suggest Sen. Cornhusker Kickback Ben Nelson is in as much trouble as you would expect: “Every poll released so far on the 2012 Nebraska Senate race has shown Ben Nelson in deep trouble and …
One of Ben Nelson's GOP Rivals Makes It Official
Nebraska attorney general Jon Bruning filed paperwork with FEC yesterday making his candidacy for U.S. Senate official. A formal announcement will come in a few weeks.
If he wins the primary, he’ll be taking on two-term incumbent Democrat …
Bob Kerrey Knows How to Insult a President!
Former Democratic Nebraska senator Bob Kerrey, who called President Bill Clinton “an unusually good liar” in 1996, declares his potential GOP rival in this year’s Senate race, Jon Bruning, “disrespectful” because his recent ad refers to “Barack Obama” instead of “…
Even This Guy Hated the Cornhusker Kickback!
Maybe I’m just a fan of humor, but this strikes me as one of the more enjoyable web ads in a long time:
The gist is that somewhere in Nebraska, the most gullible and special-deal-obsessed guy in the state …
An 18-Letter Phrase Forever Linked to Ben Nelson
Speaking of those upper Midwestern Democrats, Nebraska Republican state AG Jon Bruning, who aims to take on incumbent Democrat Ben Nelson in that state’s 2012 Senate race, is debuting a new web site: CornhuskerKickback.com.
Easy to remember, huh?