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Hassebrook makes campaign stop in Sidney


Chuck Hassebrook has spent his whole life in public service—36 years at the Center for Rural Affairs and 18 years on the University of Nebraska Board of Regents. These divergent paths, both rural and urban, converged on the gubernatorial campaign trail.

Though the race for governor is still in its early stages, Hassebrook already has volunteers in all 93 counties across the state. He has visited 50 of the counties and plans to travel to 75 by Thanksgiving.

Because of his involvement at the Center for Rural Affairs and working to revitalize rural America, Hassebrook has made it a high p...

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