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Our primary opponent has been bit of a downer lately.  Earlier this week, he used his new TV ad to attack Scott.  Then, just as we’d hoped to return to the issues, our opponent backed out of a debate scheduled in one of Nebraska’s most Democratic neighborhoods.  

We’re not sure what he’s up to.  We are sure that it won’t slow us down.  

The Nebraska press corps sees the foundation we’ve built.  Case in point: today’s insightful article from longtime political writer Don Walton in the Lincoln Journal Star.

Kleeb extends grasp statewide
by Don Walton

Don is right...

Don is right that Scott has reached out from western Nebraska to unite the whole state.  We’ve united ranchers and environmentalists; young people and seniors; and Democrats, Independents, and Republicans. And we’ve only just begun.

Don is also right to call Scott Kleeb "a policy guy."  Scott has a treasure trove of creative, forward-looking ideas to create jobs, make health care more affordable, reduce the national debt, invest in homegrown energy, and begin to bring our troops home.

Scott loves to talk about the issues with anyone who has an opinion to share.  In the days before our       May 13th primary, he’ll have those conversations with more Nebraskans than ever before.  Thanks for helping to fuel that journey.

All the best,
Jeff Jacobs

Campaign Manager
Nebraskans for Kleeb

Originally posted to Scott Kleeb for Senate on Fri May 02, 2008 at 12:57 PM PDT.

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