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Travel Blogs from Syracuse
This fund-raiser provided guests with a good opportunity to talk with me about the issues and then make a "fast break" over to the Pinnacle Bank Arena and "transition" from one game -- politics -- to another -- Husker basketball!
It's a very good omen that they won the game. Hope my own campaign scores a slam-dunk on Election Night!
... me on a cook's tour of a closed-off room near his offices. This room was formerly the Senate Waiting Room 'way back in the day when the Nebraska Legislature had two houses, instead of today's Unicameral.
The room had been refurbished, and had magnificent, high ceilings, stone walls, a massive fireplace, and leather chairs. You could ...
... with KFOR's Charlie Brogan out on Cornhusker Highway. What a great radio voice! And a great mind for questions that brought me out on the issues.
Hope it was a good introduction to those Lincoln voters who haven't yet encountered my campaign.
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.
Arrived in Syracuse for a lunch in the offices of Bob Brandt, Countryside Bank, and several people he assembled.
There were farmers and agribusiness people, and they voiced strong views about the Farm Bill and governmental overreach. So I was playing to my strength and enjoyed our dialogue very much.