Nebraska Results Are In!
The Shocking Points
First, the Dinesh D’Sousa 2000 Mules has been released and is now available for free at link below:
The largest shock of the May 10th primary was not so much in the race for Governor. Although, I think Lindstrom supporters are stunned to see third placement as Pillen won. You can see results at https://electionresults.nebraska.gov/
The biggest shocker was in the Secretary of State race where Bob Evnen could not keep above 45 percent of the vote! I expected his competitors to obtain maybe 10 to 15 percent but they took much more. This was statewide in ever county, and even in Douglas County, Evnen could not keep above the 50 percent mark. People want change in the election processes and are frustrated by a lack of action and lack of transparency. (You can click on images for larger view.)
The next race was where John Sieler was sidelined by a new competitor in the State Board of Education race, Marni Hodgen. Nebraska Taxpayers For Freedom had endorsed her. Nebraskans Against Government Overreach had also endorsed her. However, I think she also had support from some local churches as well. Either way, leftist Deborah Neary did not get to 50 percent of the vote and can still be ejected in November.
Legislative District 18 was also a very crazy result. The race is so close, provisional ballots have yet to be counted and likely will result in a recount. Michael Young, Clarice Jackson and stealth candidate Christy Armendariz are super close in the amount of votes so keep an eye on this race in the days ahead.
As for public utilities, John McCollister came ahead in the vote for an MUD spot. But I am looking at the OPPD race, Subdivision 5. I want to see Craig Moody defeated. I wonder if Kevin Ryan has a chance of beating him in the general.