The Nebraska Senate GOP field is beginning to take shape this week, as one Republican moves toward entering the race and another appears likely to seek a different office.
According to The Associated Press, Midland University President Ben Sasse filed paperwork Monday with the Nebraska secretary of stateâ€™s office to incorporate â€œBen Sasse for U.S. Senate.â€ If Sasse, who has been on a statewide listening tour, has filed with the Federal Election Commission, it is not yet available online.
Meanwhile, sources close to Pete Ricketts, a wealthy businessman and 2006 Republican nominee for Senate, indicated that he is leaning toward seeking the governorship rather than another bid for Senate. Leavenworth Street, a conservative blog in Nebraska, reported July 18 that Ricketts is all but officially running for governor.
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