Jim Pillen makes final push in Norfolk before Tuesday's election
NORFOLK, Neb. -- Jim Pillen is making his rounds across the state of Nebraska on Monday to try and persuade voters before Tuesday's primary election.
Pillen was joined by Gov. Pete Ricketts, former U.S. Rep. Tom Osborne, the Nebraska Farm Bureau's Mark McHargue, and Pillen's running mate - former U.S. Attorney Joe Kelly.
The stop in Norfolk was part of Pillen's "Touchdown Tour" as part of his get-out-to-vote effort before the primary.
Pillen is also expected to make stops in Lincoln, Hastings, Scottsbluff, and Columbus.