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Bruning Enters Governor’s Race

Bruning Enters Governor’s Race

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Another hat goes into the ring when it comes to Nebraska’s race for governor. Attorney General Jon Bruning is hitting the campaign trail after making that announcement over the weekend. He says he learned a thing or two after two unsuccessful U-S Senate races.

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Bruning says there was no shortage of encouragement for his candidacy.

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Bruning joins five other Republicans running for the seat.

Attorney General Jon Bruning is hitting the campaign trail after making that announcement over the weekend. He says he learned a thing or two after two unsuccessful U-S Senate races.

Bruning says there was no shortage of encouragement for his candidacy.

Bruning joins five other Republicans running for the seat.

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