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I know I'm fighting against the Denver tide here, but the office in Omaha was humming today and we here at Team Kleeb remain fired up about sharing the latest news from Nebraska with you.

Scott Kleeb and Mike Johanns debated at the Nebraska State Fair last Saturday. Secretary Johanns chose to use his closing statement as additional rebuttal time. This is a short clip you should not miss from that moment:

There's more...

Scott Kleeb took a bold stand on in favor of our Constitution and against Telecom Amnesty at the debate. Don't miss his opponent's defense of Telecom Amnesty. The contrast is clear:

Local Nebraska bloggers have taken notice.


This last week also saw the roll out of our policy book on our website. You might like some of the work we've done there:

Finally, we released Scott's closing statement from the debate as a part of a fundraising drive we're doing called Stand with Scott.


We here in Nebraska in all three of our offices, Lincoln, Omaha and Hastings, appreciate how all of you have given us your recommends, your comments, your donations and your eyes these last months.

We intend to give you something to talk about this November.

Paul Delehanty
Online Communications
Nebraskans for Kleeb

Originally posted to Paul Delehanty on Mon Aug 25, 2008 at 04:36 PM PDT.

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