Two NE attorney general candidates campaign in Northeast Nebraska
O'NEILL, NE (KTIV/US92) -
The Republican primary election in Nebraska is less than two-months away, and candidates are continuing to cross the Cornhusker state in their bid for various elected offices.
Republican Brian Buesher and Democrat Al Eurek both walked in O Neil's St Patrick's day parade Friday night.
Buesher says growing up on a farm in Hastings and working as an agribusiness lawyer gives him experience that is unique to the race.
Eurek, a candidate for Attorney General in 1990, says his desire is to make the position non partisan.
"What I have done is represented farmers, ranchers, and ag interests in matters that directly relate to what the attorney general does when it comes to regulation and over regulation. I have been up against the EPA, I have been up against the National Park Service and the interior department and the soil conservation service. I understand what Nebraska faces," said Buesher.
"I am not a career politician, I am not running for anything else. I wasn't in 1990, and I am not now. I just like that position and I want to do that job for the state of Nebraska," said Eurek.
The two are in a crowded attorney generals race that includes Doug Peterson, Pete Pirsch, Mike Hilgers, and Janet Stewart.
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