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Omaha Attorney Brian Buescher visits KOTA Territory to campaign for AG

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Candidates vying for the open Attorney General's seat are spending the last few months campaigning around the state before the may primary election.
Omaha Attorney Brian Buescher spent part of last week traveling KOTA Territory to introduce himself to voters.

Buescher made a pit-stop at Scottsbluff's Perkins Restaurant on Friday to meet with locals and convince them he's right for the job.

Buescher says he is running for Attorney General because he believes more pushback is needed against the federal government.

Buescher says in his five years as an agri-business attorney, he's seen increasing regulations against farmers and ranchers.
"I believe right now, at this point in time, in the history of our state its really important for the attorney generals office to push back on the federal government, to let the federal government know that we can run our state better than they can, and we need to push back on the regulations particularly when it comes to agriculture and I believe my legal experience doing that as an attorney I am well suited to take on that role."
Buescher will be facing fellow Republican attorneys Mike Hilgers, Doug Peterson, and Pete Pirsch in the May primary election.


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