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APR 30, 2014 - San Francisco Chronicle

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GOP Senate primary race increasingly negative

(AP) — In the final weeks before Nebraska's primary election, the top two candidates in the Republican U.S. Senate race have turned from polite opposition to open hostility in a state known for its distaste of negative campaigning. Decorated former Navy pilot and Nebraska State Treasurer Shane Osborn and Ben Sasse, a former Bush administration official and Midland University president, have painted themselves as the primary's most conservative candidate, though there is little ideological difference among them and the other two GOP contenders, Pinnacle Bank President Sid Dinsdale and Omaha ... Read More

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