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Domina promises he's not in it for the money


Caitlin Sievers

Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, Dave Domina speaks to a crowd, including Jim Copley (right) gathered Friday for a town hall meeting at the Coffee Corner.

Even after a highly contested Republican primary in which each U.S. Senate candidate strove to prove he was more conservative than the next, Democratic candidate Dave Domina still believes centrism is the answer.

Domina began his town hall on Friday morning at the Coffee Corner by praising Sidney's successes.

"Think it would be a mistake not to start by saying congratulations to Sidney on the new hospital and lots of things being built around town," he said.

He compared the differences and similarities between Nebraska and New Mexico, but pointed out that New Mexico receives $2.04 from t...

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