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Brad's morning edition
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* There was a special edition of the "Amazing Race" on CBS this week. All the teams tried to find an Omaha polling place that's still open on Election Day.
* Tuesday is primary day in Nebraska. In Omaha this is sometimes called "Let's see If there's anything good on TV day.
* With the percentage of voters who typically turn out for the primary here, it's mostly known as "Tuesday."
* The Republican Senate campaign in Nebraska officially ended at 11:59 p.m. Monday when a candidate threw out the last cheap shot.
* Sen. Mike Johanns has stayed on the sidelines during the Nebraska Senate race. Either that or everyone in the room nodded off halfway through his endorsement. We're not sure which.
* As usual in Omaha elections, whoever wins the homeless vote should prevail.
* It's tough being a voter in Omaha. One guy thought he wouldn't be able to find a polling place, so he got an absentee ballot. Then he couldn't find a post office that was still open to mail it.
* It's a big day for Lee Terry, who's attempting to win his 25th primary race, dating back to the Calvin Coolidge administration.
* The Republican Senate primary is crucial in Nebraska. It's very important to decide which right-wing ultraconservative Second Amendment-loving candidate that hates Obamacare will face Bob Kerrey.
* Scientists at Caltech have identified the shortest unit of time ever measured. It's the length of time between when a Deb Fischer poll is released and the next Deb Fischer poll is released.
* CNN, Fox News, ABC, NBC and CBS are all covering the Nebraska Senate primary. Oh, and the race for offices in Gretna will be covered by "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous."
* The polls in Gretna officially open when an election official shouts, "Who wants to be a millionaire?"
* A man in Clark Fork, Idaho, is accused of making another man perform a moonwalk at gunpoint. This is a pretty good indication that Clark Fork, Idaho, is seriously lacking in entertainment.