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Nebraska Secretary of State - Election Information

2000 Nebraska Democratic Presidential Primary Results
May 9, 2000
Al Gore 70%
Bill Bradley 27%
Lyndon LaRouche 3%
2000 Nebraska Republican Presidential Primary Results
May 9, 2000
George W. Bush 78%
John McCain 15%
Alan Keyes 7%

2000 Nebraska Libertarian Presidential Primary Results
May 9, 2000
Harry Browne 100% (18 votes)

2000 Nebraska Natural Law Presidential Primary Results
May 9, 2000
John Hagelin 100% (3 votes)
2000 Nebraska Congressional and Statewide Races
May 9, 2000
Senator
ex-Gov. / '96 nominee Ben Nelson (D) 92%, periennal candidate Al Hamburg (D) 8%, St. Att. Gen. Donald Stenberg (R) 50%, Secretary of State Scott Moore (R) 22%, Christian Coalition state chair / businessman David Hergert (R) 17%, ex-St. Sen. John W. DeCamp (R) 4%, (businessman George C. Grogan (R) 4% and '98 Lt. Gov. candidate / Dr. Elliott Rustad (R) 3% dropped out of the race but their names remained on the ballot) attorney Robert Eckerson (L)
1st Congressional District
ex-GOP gubernatorial candidate Alan Jacobsen (D) Doug Bereuter (R) David Oenbring (L),
2nd Congressional District
St. Sen. Shelley Kiel (D) 69%, attorney Allen C. Johnson (D) 31%, Lee Terry (R) 100%, businessman John J. Graziano (L),
3rd Congressional District
real estate investor Ronald E. "Rollie" Reynolds (D), ex-U of N football coach Tom Osborne (R) 71%, ex-GOP chair /attorney John A. Gale (R) 17%, NE Board of Education member Kathy Wilmot (R) 12%, '98 nominee Jerry Hickman (L)

1. Bold indicates incumbent. Yellow district indicates open races. Blue boxes indicates winner. Red print indicates change in party control.

2. Key to Party Identification.
(D) = Democratic Party
(L) = Libertarian Party
(NL) = Natural Law Party
(R) = Republican Party


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