Monday, April 14th, 2014 at 10:45pm

2014 Soup Supper & Candidate Forum a Success!!

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The 2014 Washington County Soup Supper & Candidate Forum was a huge success with over 185 people and candidates in attendance. After a welcome from Chairman John Orr and an Invocation from former Governor Kay Orr, attendees enjoyed homemade soup and desserts while talking with candidates. Also in attendance was U.S. Senator Deb Fischer and candidate for State Board of Education Pat McPherson. 2014 Soup Supper photo album. Speakers included candidates for Governor: Jon Bruning, Tom Carlson, Mike Foley, Beau McCoy, Pete Ricketts, Bryan Sloane. Candidates for U.S. Senate: Sid Dinsdale, Clifton Johnson, Bart McLeay, Shane Osborn, Ben Sasse. U.S. Congressman Jeff Fortenberry. Candidates for Nebraska Attorney General: Brian Buescher, Pete Pirsch, Clay Peterson spoke on behalf of his father Doug Peterson. Nebraska State Senator Lydia Brasch and candidate for legislature Scott Japp. Candidates for Washington County attorney: Neleigh Boyer and Scott Vander Schaaf. Washington County Sheriff Mike Robinson and candidate for sheriff Don Morgan. Candidates for Washington County Board of Supervisors: Lisa Kramer, Jerry Kruse, Monte Tjelmeland, Steve Kruger and Dennis Zolck, Sr. Blair City Council candidate Kevin Willis. Washington County Clerk candidates Merry Truhlsen and Sarah Bryan.
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