Voters – Nebraska Senate Race Heating Up as Democrat Jane Raybould Garners National Endorsements


Raybould Campaign Surging  – “working to end the influence of Big Money in politics”

Lincoln, Neb.—March was a busy month for the Raybould for U.S. Senate Campaign, creating new attention on the emerging Nebraska contest and further demonstrating the viability of Jane Raybould as she looks to unseat Senator Deb Fischer in November.

  • Cook Political Report upgraded the competitiveness of the Nebraska senate contest, moving the seat from “Solid R” to “Likely R,” citing “Raybould is an appealing candidate,” and “[g]iven the increasingly poor political environment for Republicans, Democrats are recruiting even in solidly red states. They are enthusiastic about Lincoln City Councilwoman Jane Raybould, who is an executive in the small chain of grocery stores her family started in 1964.”
  • In the first week of March, a public poll was released showing only 34% of Nebraskans approve of her job performance and 42% disapprove. Similarly, only 35% think she deserves to be re-elected. That’s amongst a sample of voters who are 53% Republican and more approve of President Trump than disapprove.
  • The Nebraska State Education Association, recommended Jane Raybould’s candidacy in March, citing Jane as a “strong advocate for children and public education.”
  • Raybould boldly announced she would not accept corporate PAC contributions, as she fights to fix the broken ways of Washington.
  • End Citizens United, a national political group working to end the influence of Big Money in politics, who recently helped elect Doug Jones of Alabama and Conor Lamb of Pennsylvania, endorsed Jane Raybould for United States Senate citing her bold leadership and strong campaigning.

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