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Travel Blogs from Lincoln
Lots of energy and enthusiasm at Ayars & Ayars in Lincoln, one of the most beautiful (and greenest!) buildings in Nebraska, as Mike Ayars hosted a campaign event for me in advance of a Husker basketball game.
Really appreciate the special touches, such as the twin big screens Mike provided to show people our website and photos. He gave me a ...
... servants many decades ago, sitting in there and discussing issues, reading the paper, and -- as we would say today -- "hanging out."
It was yet another in a long list of experiences as my campaign gallops along in which I am humbled by the importance, dignity and seriousness of the office of the U.S. Senator from the great State of Nebraska!
Traveled to Lincoln this afternoon for a very momentous occasion. I filed for office with the Nebraska Secretary of State so that my name can be on the May 13 ballot. Pretty serious stuff!
But beforehand, I had the opportunity for a lively and probing ...
Abraham Lincoln is just about everybody's favorite U.S. President, and I love it that our capital city is named for him.
It was great to be in Lincoln on President Lincoln's birthday today. I attended the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce's annual luncheon at the Cornhusker.
Sat with supporters, saw a lot of old friends and met new ones.
... as we tailgated in the Nebraska sunshine, shook hands and introduced our campaign. Huskers could easily have won the game, but made too many fumbles. Proud of their fight, anyway.
A lot of energy and great questions from the UNL College Republicans group on campus. Appreciated the invitation to speak to the leaders of tomorrow on Nov. 20. I'm a proud alum and serve on the board of the N.U. Foundation, so it is very pleasing to see these bright young students doing so well.