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Krist looking ahead

Krist looking ahead
Walz and Krist at the KRVN studios.

He hasn’t won the primary yet, but Nebraska Democrat Bob Krist is already  preparing a general election campaign for governor against Republican incumbent  Pete Ricketts.

Krist announced Tuesday that he will embark on a 10-city, three-day tour across Nebraska with his running mate and fellow state senator, Lynne Walz.

Krist, a pilot and Air Force veteran, will fly himself and his campaign from Omaha to Scottsbluff, with stops in Sioux City and Grand Island. He also will stop in Bridgeport, a western Nebraska town where property taxes have skyrocketed by an average of 140 percent since 2007.

Krist, of Omaha, is seeking the Democratic nomination against University of Nebraska at Omaha instructor Tyler Davis and Omaha community activist Vanessa

Ricketts faces one challenger for the Republican nomination.




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