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Nebraska Candidate for Governor Attends Pheasants Forever Dinner

Nebraska Democratic candidate for Governor Chuck Hassebrook was in South Sioux City Thursday night.

He attended the Pheasants Forever dinner at the Marina Inn. While there we asked him what set's him apart from other candidates.

"I think my focus on education sets me apart from other candidates. You know, we need to invest in our future if we are going to have a future," said Hassebrook.

Hassebrook also said he's focused on helping Nebraskans who are having the most difficulty paying the bills.

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Hassebrook not flinching on tough issues

Chuck Hassebrook is going full-time as a gubernatorial candidate in 10 days, and he's not going to be dodging issues during the eight-month journey to May's Democratic primary election.

Hassebrook says he opposes tax policy proposals that would reduce Nebraska's top personal income tax rate and supports stalled legislation that would authorize state participation in Medicaid expansion over Gov. Dave Heineman's strenuous objections.

No hesitation. No artful dodging. No flinching.

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Governor candidate Hassebrook supports Medicaid expansion

The state's refusal thus far to participate in Obamacare's expansion of Medicaid coverage is shortsighted and costly to Nebraskans, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Chuck Hassebrook said Wednesday.

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Hassebrook locks up key Democratic support

While Steve Lathrop is out “listening” Chuck Hassebrook is playing hard ball.

Hassebrook, the only Democrat officially running for governor in 2014, is putting money—granted it’s someone else’s money—where his mouth his.

Hassebrook has picked up the backing of two well-heeled Omahans.

According to Hassebrook’s campaign, Susan A. Buffett and Richard Holland have signed on as Hassebrook’s campaign chairs.

Click here for the story: Nebraska Watchdog

Hassebrook to jump into Nebraska governor's race

Former University of Nebraska Regent Chuck Hassebrook will announce this week that he's jumping into the 2014 race to fill the seat of Gov. Dave Heineman. 

Hassebrook is the first Democratic candidate to declare his candidacy for governor of Nebraska. If he wins the Democratic nomination, the 58-year-old faces a tough race in the Republican-leaning state but said he plans to appeal to rural residents with a focus on early childhood education, job training programs and renewable energy.

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