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Former U.S. Sen. Bob Kerrey’s commencement address this weekend at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln

  “Thoughts of Home” Chancellor Green, faculty and friends of this University: Thank you for inviting and welcoming me home. To you graduates let me confess: I was going to title this address “Why you should not listen to me” but my wife wisely talked me out of it. It seemed appropriate because other than […]

NebDems News

  No rest for the weary: Lincoln city elections are in 2019. Primary April 9; General May 7.  Candidates/Vote by Mail application   By Kevin O’Hanlon/NDP Communications Director As the new year looms, Washington Post fact-checker Glenn Kessler has issued his annual list of the biggest lies of the year.  And it’s no surprise that you-know-who […]

Update from State Central Committee Meeting

Hello fellow Democrats, we had an incredible time in Ord this passed weekend, Dec. 7-9, 2018, for our State Central Committee. Here is a quick update of what happened at the meeting. Minutes will be posted to the SCC Listserve. First, thank you to Scratchtown Brewing for great beers and a great speaker Caleb Pollard […]

There is Still Work to be Done in Mississippi and Georgia

Help Dems flip a seat and more! Here is how you can help flip a Senate seat in MS – TOMORROW, November 27th! Sign up to make calls. Here is how you can help flip the Secretary of State seat in GA on December 4th! Sign up to make calls. Sign up for other volunteer […]

Author: Rural voters want rural-specific solutions to rural-specific problems

Rural Americans “want rural-specific solutions to rural-specific problems, and the policies they support come straight from the progressive platform. Democrats should lean into them,” says Matthew Hildreth,  the founder and board-chair of RuralOrganizing.org, a national network of over 40,000 progressive, rural Americans. Hildreth says that “In order to win again in rural communities, Democrats should […]