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Bruning focusing on tax relief as focal point during Gubernatorial campaign

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After entering the Nebraska gubernatorial race late, Jon Bruning is hitting the campaign trail hard leading up to the May primary.
Nebraska's Attorney General made a stop at the KOTA Territory News studios today as part of a two-day tour the panhandle.

Initially, Bruning said he wanted to remain in his current position. But after a cancer scare in 2013, he re-evaluated his priorities and decided to enter the race for governor.

Although running against seven other people, Bruning says he feels he is best suited to succeed Governor Dave heineman.
"I'm worried about the state and my vision for the state and how we can keep taxes low," explains Bruning. "What can we do to keep taxes low, what can we do to reduce property taxes, what can we do to make this state more prosperous from one end to the other. This state doesn't end at 72nd street in Omaha and it doesn't end at York. We're all in this together so what's good for the panhandle is good for Nebraska."
Bruning made stops in Chadron, Kimball and Sidney today. He will continue campaigning in Scottsbluff, Gering and Alliance tomorrow.

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