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On Tuesday, May 5th, the citizens of Lincoln will have the opportunity to make their voices heard in the city general elections.  The Lincoln Independent Business Association Political Action Committee (LIBA PAC) is pleased to endorse the following Candidates: Mayor of the City of Lincoln – Andy Stebbing Lincoln City Council SE District 2 – Jon Camp Lincoln City Council NE District 1- Cyndi Lamm Lincoln Board of Education District 6 – Matt Schulte The LIBA PAC chose …

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On Tuesday, April 7th, the citizens of Lincoln will have the opportunity to make their voices heard in the primary elections. Four years ago, the Lincoln Independent Business Association Political Action Committee (LIBA PAC) endorsed Chris Beutler for Mayor.  Today, the LIBA PAC is announcing its endorsement for Andy Stebbing.   In making its decision, the PAC members felt that a set of fresh ideas would serve the community well.  As County Treasurer, Stebbing has …

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Tomorrow is Election Day! Please consider voting for LIBA PAC endorsed Candidates! Help Lincoln and Nebraska prosper by voting for candidates who understand business and promote free enterprise! Each election cycle the LIBA PAC interviews local candidates and endorses those candidates committed to economic development, assisting job providers, limited government, low taxes, and fiscal conservatism. LIBA PAC endorsed candidates include: Dallas Jones for Legislative District 28 Brent Smoyer for Legislative District 26 Todd Wiltgen for …

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Lincoln, Neb. (March 17, 2014) – LIBA PAC endorses candidates. On Tuesday, May 13th, the citizens of Lincoln will have the opportunity to make their voices heard in the primary elections. The Lincoln Independent Business Association Political Action Committee (LIBA PAC) is pleased to announce endorsement of the following candidates: Dallas Jones – State Legislative District 28 Brent Smoyer – State Legislative District 26 Hunter Paneitz – State Legislative District 46 Todd Wiltgen – County …

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