Republican Rep. Mike Flood's early House votes on gun and abortion rights bills begin to shape issues for his rematch with Democratic congressional nominee Patty Pansing Brooks in November.
The sudden takeover of the Nebraska Republican Party by conservative activists could impact gubernatorial race and strength of the GOP.
The Nebraska Republican Party fired its chairman Saturday.
The Nebraska Republican Party "declined to credential six individuals who are either switching parties, starting new parties or supporting non-Republican candidates," it said in a statement.
Charles W. Herbster's legal team continued to resist a deposition Tuesday in the first court hearing of a dueling legal battle between Herbster and state Sen. Julie Slama.
The Nebraska Cattlemen officially endorsed Jim Pillen for Nebraska governor at a news conference Thursday afternoon.
Julie Slama’s lawyers filed a response to Charles Herbster’s defamation lawsuit with new details, including a more specific description of the allegations behind her claim of sexual battery.
Intriguing congressional battles join Nebraska's governor's race as headliners after Jim Pillen won the Republican gubernatorial nomination.
Political observers say there was more at play in Jim Pillen's victory in the GOP gubernatorial primary than former President Donald Trump’s endorsement of Charles Herbster.
While the Nebraska GOP preached a message of unity in the wake of a heated primary race for governor, Charles Herbster's campaign made clear that he won't be endorsing Jim Pillen just yet.
Gov. Pete Ricketts issues a call to defeat "a far left Democrat Party" in elections in June and November.
Jim Pillen, a Columbus pork producer and NU regent armed with strong support from Gov. Pete Ricketts and most of the state's Republican establishment, will face Democrat Carol Blood in the general election.
In a crowded field of Republicans, Jim Pillen surged to the lead for the first time in results updated at 9:35 p.m., and at 10:25, the Associated Press called the race.
Tuesday's primary battle for the Republican gubernatorial nomination appears to have narrowed and is considered too close to call.
There have been ups and downs on the long and bumpy road to Election Day with Falls City cattle producer and businessman Charles Herbster running out front most of the way as measured by candidate polling results.
A hearing has been scheduled for June 3 following a flurry of court filings in the legal battle between gubernatorial candidate Charles Herbster and state Sen. Julie Slama.
Political science professors said the most recent polling results hold good news for Jim Pillen. “Momentum is important when we look at polling numbers,” one UNL professor said.
Charles W. Herbster does not plan to attend a deposition planned Friday at the Johnson County District Court in his legal fight with state Sen. Julie Slama, according to statements from his campaign.
Top contenders for the Republican gubernatorial nomination did not slow their fundraising — or their spending — during the final month leading up to the May 10 primary.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Jim Pillen has raised $8.5 million for his GOP primary campaign.
"Charles W. Herbster has publicly stated his support for concepts that would modernize our sales tax base, something I have worked for as well," Sen. Tom Briese of Albion said.
A second woman has come forward publicly with allegations that Nebraska gubernatorial candidate Charles Herbster groped her.
In a wide-ranging speech that lasted about 25 minutes, Charles Herbster said he was ready to "take back Nebraska" from elites entrenched in the state's political leadership.
Jim Pillen, Charles Herbster and Sen. Brett Lindstrom all appear to be within reach of grasping the Republican gubernatorial nomination in the race to the May 10 primary election.
As forecasters monitored the likelihood of severe weather developing, Charles Herbster said he was in contact with Donald Trump, who along with the former president’s pilots and the weather service decided to postpone his appearance.