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Brad Ashford is ready to go back to work for the people of Nebraska’s 2nd Congressional District.

A community leader in Nebraska for the past three decades, Brad Ashford was a four-term state senator in the Nebraska Legislature (1987-1995 and 2007-2015) and served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 2015-2016. He won his House seat by defeating an eight-term sitting Congressperson in Nebraska’s Second Congressional District. Ashford was the first Democrat to hold the seat in two decades, and one of only two Democrats in the U.S. to defeat an incumbent House Republican in the 2014 election.

Ashford’s term in Congress was highlighted by his ability to find solutions through public-private partnerships and consensus-building instead of partisan politics. He was the only freshman Congressperson in the 114th Congress to be the primary sponsor of a bill that passed – the bill that would create a new VA Medical Center in Omaha and provide a blueprint for the building of VA health facilities across the nation. Some of his other successes included a new runway at Offutt Air Force Base and Ebola-related funding for the University of Nebraska Medical Center.

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Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee lends help to Brad Ashford effort

Omaha World Herald | Roseann Moring | Jan 10, 2018 ARTICLE LINK Democratic congressional candidate Brad Ashford has picked up a spot on the national Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee’s list of candidates considered to have the best shot at unseating

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Ashford to debate opponent at Omaha Press Club League of Women Voters and Omaha Press Club are Co-Sponsors

Omaha, NE – Today Brad Ashford announced a debate agreed to by his primary opponent for the upcoming election.    “The debate at the Press Club is a long standing tradition for the metro area,” Ashford said. “I appreciate the League

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Here Are the Trump Country House Seats Democrats Are Trying to Retake

VICE NEWS | Robert Wheel | Jan 8 2018, 11:55am The final installment of our preview of battleground districts in the 2018 midterms. FULL ARTICLE Welcome back to House Party, our column looking at the 2018 House of Representative races as midterms

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