A Democratic senator warned Republican colleagues that a strategy to apply the allowable 10% deviation in population of new legislative districts as a way to "increase rural strength" would invite a court test.
The thief who took two bottles of pop from the Nebraska GOP offices in Lincoln left behind a perfectly good chocolate cake.
Ryan Hamilton, executive director of the Nebraska Republican Party, describes Sen. Tony Vargas of Omaha as the Legislature's most liberal member.
U.S. Sen. Deb Fischer said Thursday that she will not run for governor in 2022, and will instead continue to serve in Washington, D.C.
The congressman had considered running but has decided to seek reelection to his 2nd District House seat.
Donald Trump provides a sound guide for the GOP; he delivered on important promises to the American people.
Janet Palmtag, who last year ran unsuccessfully for the District 1 legislative seat, is suing the Nebraska Republican Party for defamation over statements made in ads and robocalls.
Bruce Castor Jr., in arguing that the second impeachment of Trump is unconstitutional, suggested that Sasse "faced backlash back home" because of a preliminary vote about impeachment several weeks ago.
Sasse said the "anger" in the Nebraska Republican Party has never been about him "violating principle or abandoning conservative policy," but about him "not bending the knee to" Trump.
Douglas County election officials say they do not plan to send cards this spring to all registered voters to help people request early ballots for the Omaha city elections.
State Sen. Ernie Chambers called the lawsuit "totally frivolous," and U.S. Sen. Ben Sasse said the lawsuit was more about gaining a pardon for Texas AG Ken Paxton than prevailing in court.
Nebraska's system of awarding a single electoral vote to the winner of each of its three congressional districts has long been a thorn in the …
“This to me was a personal attack on my integrity as an educator,” Tim Royers of a mailer sent by the Nebraska GOP. His District 31 opponent, Rich Pahls, said he “unequivocally denounces” the mailer.
Police and the state GOP are checking footage from nearby security cameras.