With Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts ending his final term, Trent Loos has accepted the invitation to become the running mate of Nebraska Governor hopeful, Theresa Thibodeau.
Chrissy Wozniak asks Trent about the pair's stance on important issues that face the voter today, not only in Nebraska, but across the US. Trent Loos is a central Nebraska rancher and conservative radio host committed to bridging the rural urban divide. Thibodeau announced last week that she will run on a ticket with Loos, a sixth-generation rancher and longtime farming advocate.
Thibodeau, a former state senator from Omaha, said in a statement that she and Loos will work together to bridge the divide between urban and rural Nebraska. She said her conversations with Nebraska voters have made clear that a “one-size-fits-all approach will not solve Nebraska's problems.”
Loos lives in Litchfield, a village in Sherman County about 34 miles north of Kearney. He serves on the Nebraska Capitol Commission, where Gov. Pete Ricketts appointed him to help oversee preservation of the state Capitol. He also served on former President Donald Trump's agricultural advisory committee.
Trent's message to the voters of Nebraska is clear and simple, their goal will be to empower the people. They will make it their mission bridging the urban and rural divide.
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