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Debate reaction with Anthony Skaleski

Story, audio and photo by Andy Vipond, NewsNetNebraska Anthony Skaleski, a senior English major at UNL, watched Monday’s night debate with an indifference. Hoping either candidate would sway him one way or another. Neither...

Engage triumphs over Revive in ASUN runoff election 0

Engage triumphs over Revive in ASUN runoff election

By Riley Johnson, News Net Nebraska The second time was the charm for Engage Party executives Eric Reznicek, Kaitlin Coziahr and Jeff Story. Their victories in Tuesday night’s Association of Students of the University...

Lincoln media organizations strive to cover election 0

Lincoln media organizations strive to cover election

Video by Christina Condreay, NewsNetNebraska With the election quickly approaching, Lincoln news organizations are doing their best to inform voters. From TV to radio to newspaper, here’s what these local professionals are saying about...

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U.S. Senate race, Nebraska

Democrat Bob Kerrey, a former Nebraska governor and U.S. senator, is facing Republican Deb Fischer, a state lawmaker, in the race for an open U.S. Senate seat. The winner will replace Democrat Ben Nelson,...

Both political parties agree: Getting the women’s vote is key in 2012 campaign 0

Both political parties agree: Getting the women’s vote is key in 2012 campaign

Story by Kayla Stauffer, NewsNetNebraska When it comes to U.S. presidential elections, women have the majority vote. They’ve outnumbered men at the polls for the past 48 years, according to the Center for American...