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Bacon, Fortenberry, Smith Voted to Take Away Heath Care

Today, Congressmen Bacon, Fortenberry and Smith voted to take health care away from 24 million Americans, raise premiums for older Americans, and threaten affordable care for 277,900 Omaha Metro residents alone–with thousands more at-risk now in rural communities–with pre-existing conditions, all to pay for a $600 billion tax cut for the rich. Take action by […]

Public Official or Candidate? Stothert Blurs the Line in Latest Media Stunt

Lincoln, NE—Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert announced Tuesday, a week before Election Day, new city spending decisions at a press event from her campaign office – a clear violation of ethics for elected officials running for office. In response, the Nebraska Democratic Party (NDP) yesterday filed a complaint with the Nebraska Accountability and Disclosure Commission, urging […]

Thank you President Obama

Tonight, at 8 PM central, President Obama delivers his farewell address. Fill out the form sending him off with a message from all of us in Nebraska. Let’s show President Obama how grateful we are for his service to our country. We’re still fired up, and still ready to go. * Over 20 million Americans […]

Join Us to #SaveHealthCare and Build the Party

As Democrats, we stand in the streets as well as in the voting booth to make change. We also rely on grassroots donations to keep building the party, become a monthly donor today! This Sunday all across the country, Democrats will take to the streets for rallies and community discussions around saving our health care. […]

Ricketts Bought the Legislature, Nebraska Democrats Call for Independence

Ricketts Bought the Legislature  Nebraska Democrats Call for Independence As the legislative session begins, Gov. Ricketts’ millions-of-dollars investment is paying off. “Gov. Ricketts bought the Nebraska Legislature. After the independent Unicameral last session overrode several vetoes and he did not get his way, Ricketts acted like a spoiled rich kid and bought the Legislature.” In […]