Gubernatorial candidate Hassebrook talks wind energy, middle class in Kimball


John Verser

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Chuck Hassebrook, left, visits with Joan and John Knapp Sunday afternoon during a campaign stop at the diner at 1st Interstate Inn in Kimball. Hassebrook touched on wind energy, economic development for small business, agriculture and more during one of three stops in the panhandle on Sunday. He also had campaign stops in Scottsbluff and Sidney.

Democratic gubernatorial Chuck Hassebrook touted the need for greater use of wind energy and the support of middle class Nebraskans during his stop in Kimball on Sunday afternoon. Hassebrook visited with a small contingent of residents during a meet and greet at the 1st Interstate Inn diner.

Hassebrook is one of three candidates in the race. The others are Republican Pete Ricketts and Libertarian Mark Elworth Jr. Election day is Nov. 4. One of the three candidates will replace Gov. Dave Heineman, a Republican, who was term-limited and could not run again.

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