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  • Technology Fixed! Written by | April 7, 2014
    Just a quick note here:  If you've ever submitted questions via the Contact page here on the website, and wondered why I didn't respond, I apologize.  We had some technical difficulties, and for some reason, it appears that comments/questions submitted in that manner was disappearing into the ether. We think we've got it fixed now, so that it will go where it needs to go.  But just in case we don't you can always email me using my personal email address (found on that page), or phone me. Laura  
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  • Yard Signs are Coming (and more exciting things)! Written by | March 21, 2014
    Sometime around April 1, our yard sign shipment will arrive.  We'll have an abundance of standard sized (18x24) high quality signs.  You can take it down after the primary and save it in your garage for the General Election! If you'd like us to drop a sign by, just fill out the form below.  Laura will have some in her car when she's out on the road after they've come in, so if you catch her and want one, just be sure to ask! We'll also be adding some neat new features to the website soon.  Watch here for more…
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  • A New Year and Some Updates Written by | January 22, 2014
    For better or worse, it seems that it's been a while since we've posted anything new here.  Between Meet and Greets, door knocking, and assorted holiday and post-holiday events, posting here became less of a priority for a while, I guess.  So I thought I might provide some updates. Our food drive in December--in each of the 4 primary counties of the district (sorry Lancaster folks) netted over a half ton of food for those in need.  The foodbanks in Crete, Fairbury, Hebron and Geneva were the recipients of our collections.  Thanks to the volunteers who pitched in to help…
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  • Join Us in Spreading Christmas Cheer to those in Need! Written by | December 5, 2013
      Our Laura Ebke for Legislature team of dedicated volunteers is looking for charitable individuals this Christmas season! Those in Thayer (Hebron), Filmore(Geneva) Saline (Crete), and Jefferson (Fairbury) counties can donate any non-perishable items to their local food banks this Christmas season. All you need to do is have some food items ready as our volunteers go door-to-door.As Christmas looms near and we all enjoy our time inside the comfort of our homes this season, let’s not forget those who do not have the same comfort as we do. That’s why Laura Ebke and her volunteers decided to take a…
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  • A Sign of the Season? Written by | December 2, 2013
    I realized this morning that it had been over a month since we posted anythng new here, so thought I might make mention of a few things that have happened. On October 30th, we hosted a Meet and Greet in Fairbury. We had a great turnout--about 50 folks showed up--and I had the opportunity to answer a lot of questions and hear about the concerns of folks from my hometown.  Almost universally, the topic of taxes is high on the list of concerns.  Like just about everyone, I think that taxes are too high, but the problem we face is…
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Why Laura?

Laura Ebke is running for the 32nd Legislative District seat in 2014.

My “agenda” in running for the 32nd Legislative District seat is simple and can be boiled down to a few short items:

  1. I want Nebraska to work even harder at creating the kinds of jobs that will keep our children tied to not just Lincoln and Omaha, but the rural areas of our state as well
  2. I believe that part of what’s necessary to achieve #1 is to have an economy that has low taxes, excellent schools, and a low regulatory environment for new businesses
  3. to succeed at #2, we need to minimize the regulatory role of the state government and ask ourselves what, exactly, we need for the government to do, and what we can do for ourselves, individually, or at the local level

    

 

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