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McCoy outlines plans to deal with taxes, other issues during Sidney visit


Dave Faries

Beau McCoy uses his family business vehicle while on campaign.

Beau McCoy had to laugh when asked what he might do about the persistent wind, if elected governor.

The candidate recounted how, on his drive toward Sidney on Tuesday, he could have saved gas by putting the truck in neutral, allowing the tailwind to push the vehicle down the road.

With less than two weeks to go before Nebraska's May 13 primary, however, McCoy was quite willing to brave 40 to 60 mile per hour gusts to visit again with local residents.

In addition to the wind and the big issue talking points, he took time to address other dilemmas facing the western part of the state.

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