New polling data shows that conservative job creator and political outsider Charles W. Herbster remains firmly in the lead in the race to be the next Governor of Nebraska. Cite the 3 ballot %s here. The fourth declared candidate was tested but received less that then margin of error for the entire survey.
“Charles is thriving on the campaign trail. From local sheriffs to statewide officials, Republican leaders across Nebraska are joining President Trump in supporting Charles and his campaign,” explained Campaign Pollster and Senior Advisor Kellyanne Conway.
“The more Nebraska voters get to know Jim Pillen, the less they like him. Despite spending millions of his own money, Pillen’s favorability has dropped 14 points and he has fallen into a tie with Brett Lindstrom on the ballot test,” she added. “Some of the thigns he has said and done are not exactly ‘Nebraska Nice,” and voters have noticed.”
The March brushfire survey shows Herbster with an impressive 2-to-1 favorability rating despite his competitors’ deluge of personal attacks. Voters appreciate Charles’ business background and his tough positions on border security, critical race theory, and economic development.
“I am humbled and grateful for the support I receive every day from voters and leaders across Nebraska. Together, we will put Nebraska families first, and it starts by standing up to these government bureaucrats and career politicians,” said Herbster.
At an event earlier this week, Lieutenant Governor Mike Foley added to the Herbster campaign’s positive momentum by defying Governor Pete Ricketts and endorsing Charles W. Herbster to be Nebraska’s next Governor.
“Charles is a man of faith and conviction. He is a lifelong Nebraskan with family ties going back five generations. Charles is a job creator who has invested in this state. He is rooted in our conservative values and will rely on those values when leading our great state,” Foley said.