The Tuesday, May 7, City of Lincoln General Election ballot has two proposed amendments to the City’s Charter. Understandably, voters are looking for additional information about those amendments before heading to the polls. Read full articleHow to Vote on City of Lincoln Charter Amendments on May 7 Ballot?
NE’s most powerful special interest lobby supports “the public option” for health care and other extreme left-wing agenda items, and in addition to their “investments” in many of our elected officials, NSEA has moved to provide $5,000 for radio ads to advocate for the extension of NE State Senators’ term limits. Read full articleVIDEO Exclusive: NE Teachers’ Union Wants “Pet” NE Senators to “Stay”
Radio ads advocating for the extension of the current limit on Nebraska State Senators’ terms have been playing on Nebraska airwaves for the past couple of days[1. The airing of the ads was first reported by Linda and later confirmed by my husband and a number of the attendees at our Thursday, November 1 Election […]
Editor’s Note: If you’re looking for information about any of the other proposed amendments which will appear on Nebraska ballots statewide on November 6, click HERE. Nebraska voters should reject Proposed Amendment No. 1 … BUT – the opportunity for a serious wake up call should NOT be overlooked in considering our recommendation. The bullet-point […]
If YOU landed here for the first time, looking for a sample ballot or additional information and opinions regarding items that will appear on your ballot, know that you are decidedly not alone. Traffic statistics for our site are proving, once again, voters want to see sample ballots as early as possible, and they want […]
In addition to federal, county, and local candidates, potential bond and other local issues about which Nebraska voters must decide on November 6, all voters will find four proposed amendments to the Nebraska Constitution as well. To read the full text of all four proposed amendments released by the Nebraska Secretary of State, click here. […]
The conventional wisdom of the uninformed, clueless voter is not necessarily true. At least not in Nebraska. We have noticed a very large spike in our traffic numbers on this site since we began posting election related information. Yesterday we hit an all time record, exceeding the number of hits we received on December 21, […]