Candidates campaign hard the last Saturday before the Special Elections

Vote on June 28th

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN)- Both Republicans and Democrats in the first congressional district are pushing for all Nebraskans to vote during the upcoming elections on Tuesday.

Saturday was “Super Saturday” as it’s the last weekend to hold events before the special elections on the 28th.

Patty Pansing Brooks feels that this vote will be a chance for anyone wo disagrees with the Supreme Court’s ruling on Friday, to give a democrat a chance to make a change.

“We are trying to get the word out that this is a key vote on Tuesday. It will be the first time that the nation will see a vote after Roe v. Wade being overturn. The right for privacy will be on the ballot,” said Patty Pansing Brooks, congressional candidate.

Mike Flood feels if you want to support the Supreme Court’s decision then you need to go out and vote on Tuesday to continue that support.

“The fact that people are participating in this election tells me both sides are getting their voters out. I need people to get out and vote on Tuesday there’s a lot of people that don’t know that there is an election on Tuesday, they have to go to where they usually go to vote,” said Mike Flood congressional candidate.

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