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McLeay discusses foreign policy, gridlock on final swing through Sidney


Bart McLeay believes that for Congress to work, its members must try to reach a consensus on issues. He also knows that the current body in Washington is notorious, at least in the public’s eye, for gridlock.

The Republican candidate for Nebraska’s U.S. Senate seat is adamant that he will not be a part of any legislative standstill.

“Nebraska clearly wants their representative in the Senate to advance conservative ideas, so we will have to vote no at times,” he said. “But I would never leave a successful business to go to Washington and sit in gridlock and read someone else’s sc...

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