Breaking Gridlock



I’m not really impressed with Sasse

I’m not saying Sasse is stupid, just ignorant. I base this on Sasse’s own words. During the debate he repeatedly said he did not know what his opponents were talking about, even though it was crystal clear to those of us in the audience. Worse, when asked by a panelist about the gun show loophole,… Read More

Ben Sasse, running for public office or running from public debate?

On November 4, 2014, we will choose the next U.S. Senator to represent us in Washington for the next six years. I admire any candidate who throws their hat in the ring for such a high profile and important position. It takes courage, commitment and sacrifice. Candidates must undergo intense scrutiny, open themselves up for… Read More

Domina stands up for rural voices

David Domina is campaigning for a U.S. Senate seat to represent Nebraska. Over 10 years ago, I was fortunate to have had the opportunity of a front row seat beside Dave in a U.S. District courtroom in Montgomery, Alabama, representing the U.S. Cattlemen in a class action lawsuit referred to as Pickett vs. Tyson, concerning… Read More

Nebraska Senate seat not for sale

Last weekend, candidates for the U.S. Senate took the stage in Hastings to share their ideas and differences with voters, yet there was one question throughout the night that was never answered on stage, “Where is Ben Sasse”? The question dominated social media. This wasn’t the first time that Mr. Sasse has skipped out on… Read More

Letter, 10/12: Domina a statesman

I am heartily pleased to support David Domina, who is a statesman in every positive sense of the word, for the United States Senate. In addition to his fully demonstrated civic mindedness, his exacting personal and professional standards and his documented legal talents that have earned him the high respect and admiration of the legal… Read More

STAFF: Sasse’s absence sends message to students

Art by Mike Rendowski Being stood up is never fun. On Monday night, University of Nebraska-Lincoln students were stood up by the man who will likely be the next U.S. senator representing Nebraska. Dave Domina, Jim Jenkins and Todd Watson all made the drive to Lincoln and participated in an informal discussion on a range… Read More

Domina would go extra mile for voters

Domina would go extra mile for voters this November, Nebraska voters have a golden opportunity to send someone to Washington who is not a mouthpiece beholden to his party or a puppet controlled by big money. We have a chance to elect a man who respects and listens to all sides and alternatives, a man… Read More

Domina walks his own path

Dave Domina says he’s on a different path. A seat in the U.S. Senate should not be about party or money or popular positions or poll-tested messaging, he argues. It should be about partisan-free judgment and freedom from the demands or expectations of big money and special interests. That’s the message Domina delivered last week… Read More

Latino/a PAC in Nebraska backs Domina’s bid for Senate

The Latino/a PAC of Nebraska, an organization dedicated to bolstering the group’s political voice, unanimously endorsed Domina, said spokeswoman Athena Ramos. The Democratic candidate announced the endorsement Wednesday in Schuyler. Ramos said Domina embraces the group’s values of family, hard work, inclusion and building community. “There is a misperception that Latino issues are somehow different,”… Read More

Domina impressive

After watching a couple of debates for the U.S. Senate race, it is pretty clear to me that Dave Domina is the most competent, intelligent and articulate candidate we have had in decades. I feel he would represent us respectably. Ben Sasse didn’t even show up for some of the forums, and I don’t think… Read More

Real reason Sasse a no-show

Last Sunday, I organized and promoted a town hall event at the Hastings City Auditorium along with the League of Women Voters, Area Retired Teachers Association, YWCA, We The People Organization and the Hastings Area Chamber of Commerce for the U.S. Senate candidates in Nebraska. The goal was to create an open forum in which… Read More

Nebraska can be proud of Domina

I had the privilege of watching Attorney Dave Domina at the Senatorial candidates’ debate in North Platte on Sunday. I was thoroughly impressed by his ability to recall and succinctly present the facts on a broad variety of topics. I first met Mr. Domina at a meeting about a year ago at the Beatrice Library…. Read More

Domina a true statesman

I had the privilege of watching attorney Dave Domina in action in front of the Nebraska Supreme Court on Sept. 5. I was impressed by his ability to recall and succinctly present technical details and a convincing case with ease and without notes under rapid-fire questioning from the highest judges in our state.  When I… Read More

Ben Sasse accused of ducking issues again

Just in case you’re still not sure who you’re voting for in the Nebraska Senate race, maybe, just maybe, the next debate will help you decide. After all this is the time of year — 40 some days ’til Election Day — when the TV ads start flowing and a lot of voters are just… Read More

Domina for Senate

This fall we have an opportunity to vote for an outstanding U.S. Senate candidate, Dave Domina. Dave is a person with outstanding intelligence, knowledge of the issues, integrity and speaking ability. He has compassion for those who need help and the common sense to support programs that work. Dave Domina served as an officer in… Read More

Domina opens campaign office in Norfolk

“I think we have a real chance.” With about seven weeks until the November general election, that’s how Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Dave Domina assesses the race for voter support. The Coleridge native and former Norfolk attorney was back in Norfolk on Tuesday to open a campaign office in the Centrum to further his efforts to… Read More