Nebraska's gubernatorial primary is still eight months away, but Siouxlanders are already hearing from the candidates.
State Senator Beau McCoy, of Omaha, stopped in Norfolk this morning.
If elected, the Republican said he plans to introduce policy designed to stimulate small business growth and bring workers to Nebraska.
McCoy serves on the Tax Modernization Committee in the legislature.
He says he would work with Nebraskans to build a tax structure that's fair for all.
"I think it's so refreshing that we stand at a crossroads as a state, and a crossroads that I want to lead us out of as the next governor. Nebraskans get to choose where we go from here with our tax structure," said McCoy.
McCoy is one of five Republican candidates who have entered the Nebraska governor's race.
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