Republican governor candidates race to the wire

Republican governor candidates race to the wire

READ AND WATCH: To see Voter’s Guide responses from candidates in state and local races, point your smartphone camera at the QR code, then tap the link or go to JournalStar.com and search for Voter’s Guide. It’s been a wild ride, but the Republican gubernatorial candidates who have jockeyed for position with promises of tax relief and pledges of conservative government have finally reached the end of the trail. Voters will determine the winner of the marathon yearlong race for the GOP nomination at the primary election on Tuesday. There have been ups and downs on the long and bumpy road to Election Day with Falls City cattle producer and businessman Charles Herbster running out front most of the way as measured by candidate polling results. Armed by his close ties to former President Donald Trump and self-funding his campaign, Herbster galloped into an early lead. But late-in-the-campaign allegations that Herbster had improperly touched or groped eight women, including state Sen. Julie Slama of Sterling, during public events threw a block in his path as the candidates rounded the turn and headed down the final stretch with Columbus hog producer Jim Pillen of Columbus finishing strong and Sen. Brett Lindstrom of Omaha riding into contention. The primary election is Tuesday. * Polling locations will be open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. * Voters must vote at the location for their current address. Many polling locations have changed. New polling place location cards were mailed to voters in mid-April. * […]

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