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Hassebrook: 'The buck will stop at my desk,'

Omaha, Neb. – This afternoon Chuck Hassebrook was in Omaha with law enforcement officials from Douglas County Corrections and the Fraternal Order of Police to talk about the issues in the Nebraska Department of Corrections. Citing last week’s testimony before the Special Legislative committee by former Corrections Director Bob Houston, Hassebro...

Hassebrook Calls on Ricketts to Debate

Omaha, Neb. -- Today Chuck Hassebrook publicly called on his opponent Pete Ricketts to meet with him to plan a series of debates and town halls for the upcoming November election. Ten days ago, with three and a half months left in the election cycle, Hassebrook sent Ricketts a letter that outlined a proposal for six to eight televised debates, ...

Hassebrook releases plan on prisons

Wednesday, July 9, 2014 -  Nebraska is facing a prison overcrowding crisis that has been more than a decade in the making. At the same time, scores of violent offenders were released early through administrative failures. Four people were murdered by a prisoner released on good time, when he should and could have lost all good time under curren...

Meet Chuck Hassebrook

Chuck Hassebrook spent his career fighting to create a brighter future for rural Nebraska at the Center for Rural Affairs. He also served 18 years as a Regent for the University of Nebraska, where he fought for tuition assistance for modest income families and for the creation of the Rural Futures Institute. Chuck is running for Governor to build a brighter future for all Nebraskans.