Letter to the Editor: Mid-term Election


The constant theme I have heard and read in this mid-term election is that we have no leadership from either party in Washington. It is time for Nebraskans to change this.

We constantly hear the statement “I vote for the person, not the party,” but rarely does that seem to happen. This election we have the opportunity to vote for an individual that has proven to be a leader. He has demonstrated this by his tireless campaign at great personal sacrifice, with nothing to be gained personally and not having an obligation to any special interests. His only goal is to represent all of Nebraska and the United States.

In addition, Dave has no desire to become a career politician. In any measure of Dave Domina, his business career and his life, Dave Domina has been a proven leader. Unfortunately his accomplishments over the years benefiting citizens of the state cannot be spelled out in a short letter to the editor but he can be compared to his opponent who has been seldom seen in Western Nebraska. In fact, the Republican candidate has not shown a personal presence in at least four forums or debates across the state.

Dave Domina is knowledgeable; he will listen to opposing views and most of all he sincerely cares about every citizen in Nebraska. Based on my 20 years of knowing Dave Domina, I have no doubt he can bring together enough Republicans in the Senate to understand and solve issues facing Nebraska while exercising the leadership to do what is necessary nationally.

As a registered Republican, I have the opportunity to vote for the man who I feel can make an immediate difference in Washington for the benefit of our country. This kind of leadership ability is sorely short in Washington. None of the other candidates can honestly say they have this quality. Dave Domina is a man of sincerity and substance that is needed in Washington equal to anytime in the history of Nebraska and the country. We do have the opportunity in Nebraska to make a difference by voting for Dave Domina.

Fred Lockwood, Scottsbluff

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