SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. Matthew Innis is running for US Senate against Ben Sasse.

If elected, Matthew Innis wants to be on the Ag Committee, visit Nebraska frequently when not in Washington to listen to the people directly and put together a coalition with Nebraska’s farmers and ranchers to discuss issues. (Brian Sherrod, KNEP)

Innis states that the reaction Nebraskans have towards the current leadership is negative and they need better representation.

Innis also states that leadership does not come to the 3rd District until it is election time and that Ben Sasse needs to be replaced because he is unfit.

Matthew Innis graduated from Southeast High School in Lincoln in 1989.

Innis was a Lancaster County Chairperson for four years between 2011 to 2015.

Innis has helped numerous candidates including Tom Brewer.

Innis has also spent eight years in the Marine Corp. and is a Business Owner.

If elected, Innis wants to be on the Ag Committee, make sure there is no overreach with the EPA, visit Nebraska frequently when not in Washington to listen to the people directly, see how Washington is impacting the citizens and put together a coalition with Nebraska’s farmers and ranchers to discuss issues.

Innis feels that Nebraskans cannot risk six more years because of Ben Sasse’s actions and viewpoints.

Innis says it is very important to vote when its election time.

“The 3rd District accounts for 55% of primary vote in this election,” said Matthew Innis, Running for US Senate. “Come May 12th, the 3rd District will choose who the next Senator of Nebraska will be.”

Innis says he wants to see necessary change across Nebraska.

https://www.ksnblocal4.com/scottsbluff/content/news/Matthew-Innis-running-for-US-Senate-feels-Sasse-is-unfit–564815152.html

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