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  Mike Johanns, Nebraska Governor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
I'll tell you, this is a guy who grew up on a dairy farm here in Nebraska, knows agriculture and is a real friend of agriculture.
And I have to say the perception these days is that Nebraska and the United States have not had a fair deal in terms of trading with ag products.
And you could probably make a case that it should pass, that it must pass, but agriculture is feeling that may be they haven't gotten all that they needed to get out of this.
www.fas.usda.gov /itp/wto/nebraska/johanns.html   (864 words)

 The Political Graveyard: Nebraska: Lieutenant Governors
Lieutenant Governors of Nebraska: Events and Candidates of the 1910's (may be incomplete!)
Lieutenant Governors of Nebraska: Events and Candidates of the 1940's (may be incomplete!)
Lieutenant Governors of Nebraska: Events and Candidates of the 1950's (may be incomplete!)
politicalgraveyard.com /geo/NE/ofc/ltgov.html   (326 words)

 Governor of Nebraska - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Governor of Nebraska holds the "supreme executive power" of the State of Nebraska as provided by the fourth article of the Nebraska Constitution.
Governors of Nebraska must be at least 30 years old and have been citizens and residents of the state for five years before being elected.
The state constitution was amended in a 1962 referendum so that beginning with the 1966 election, the Governor would be elected to a four-year term; in 1966, this was further amended to place a term limit of two consecutive terms.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Governor_of_Nebraska   (260 words)

 Governor: Nebraska Prepared - Nebraska Republican Party
Their answer was that Nebraska could accommodate up to 700 people, with 12 hours' notice - but as of late Friday no word had been received about when and whether evacuees would be arriving.
Nebraska's state and local agencies are prepared to work together, something he said was lacking in Louisiana.
Nebraska's emergency plans would permit evacuees to take their pets with them if possible.
www.negop.org /newsdetails.asp?id=66   (414 words)

 Johanns Statement   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Nebraska is primarily a rural, agricultural-based state, with approximately 100,000 miles of highways and public roads spread over 77,358 square miles, 16,000 bridges and a low population base of 1,711,000 people.
Nebraska is not unique compared to other midwest states when it comes to the aging of our surface transportation infrastructure.
Governors will continue to strongly support the guarantee that all highway user fees deposited into the Highway Trust Fund are invested in the federal highway and transit programs.
www.house.gov /transportation/highway/04-15-03/johanns.html   (885 words)

 Governors   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Governor in January after Governor Mike Johanns resigned to become U.S. Secretary of Agriculture.
Prior to becoming Governor, he served more than three years as Lt. Governor, having been appointed in October, 2001 and elected to a new four-year term in November, 2002.
Heineman worked with the University of Nebraska to create a telecommunications backbone across the state, for use by both the university and state government, to reduce costs, expand services, and enhance distance learning opportunities.
www.rga.org /Governors/State.aspx?ST=NE   (590 words)

 Mike Johanns - US Department of State
Governor Johanns has made property tax relief, reducing the size of government, building the state’s economy, protecting families, and ensuring the health, safety and success of Nebraska’s children his priorities.
Governor Johanns also serves as Chairman of the Governors' Biotechnology Partnership and continues to serve as the state government representative on the advisory committee to the Export-Import Bank of the United States.
Governor Johanns is a past Chairman of the Midwestern Governors' Association (2002), former lead governor for agriculture including the 2002 re-authorization of the federal farm bill, and past Chairman of the 25-state Governors’ Ethanol Coalition (2001).
usinfo.state.gov /special/transition/transition_nominees/johanns.html   (742 words)

The Nebraska Admirals Association is a voluntary organization of those who, over the years, have received a commission as an Admiral in the Great Navy of the State of Nebraska.
To increase the fleet of flagships of the Nebraska Navy
No governor has ever mobilized this vast storehouse of talent and ability for the good of Nebraska; it is estimated that over one hundred thousand Admirals have been appointed.
nebraskaadmirals.org /about.html   (448 words)

 The Political Graveyard: Nebraska: Governors   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Governors of Nebraska: Events and Candidates of the 1870's (may be incomplete!)
Governors of Nebraska: Events and Candidates of the 1880's (may be incomplete!)
Governors of Nebraska: Events and Candidates of the 1900's (may be incomplete!)
politicalgraveyard.com /geo/NE/ofc/gov.html   (395 words)

 New Nebraska Network: Giving Gov. Dave Heineman His Due
Whether I agree with that choice or not, NNN respects the will of the people enough to give democracy the benefit of the doubt and to give Dave Heineman a new opportunity to prove he is the leader this state needs to move forward and to fulfill its potential.
In all likelihood, Heineman is going to be the governor of Nebraska for the next four years - possibly, the next eight.
At this critical juncture, with a looming financial crisis on the horizon and the economy struggling to adapt to the 21st century, the future of Nebraska depends on good leaders with strong voices guiding it along the path to progress.
newnebraska.blogspot.com /2006/11/giving-gov-dave-heineman-his-due.html   (666 words)

 Nebraska Lieutenant Governor Rick Sheehy: Biography
Rick Sheehy, 45, was appointed Lieutenant Governor by Nebraska’s 39th Governor, Dave Heineman, and was sworn into office on January 24, 2005.
Governor Sheehy is a past board member of the Nebraska Rural Health Association, Hastings YMCA, and the local Housing Authority Board, as well as past member of the National League of Cities Public Safety Crime Prevention Committee and a FEMA Disaster Response Team member.
As Lt. Governor, Sheehy serves as Nebraska’s director of homeland security, chairman of the Nebraska Information Technology Commission, presiding officer of the Nebraska Legislature, and is involved in economic development efforts across the state.
www.ltgov.ne.gov /biographySheehy   (376 words)

 The Populist Party in Nebraska
The Independent People's Party (Populist) Convention at Columbus, Nebraska, where Omer Kem was nominated for Congress, July 15, 1890, photo by Solomon D. Butcher.
The governor's race soon proved to be important.
Holcomb was re-elected governor in 1896 and another Populist, William Poynter, was elected in 1898.
www.nebraskastudies.org /0600/stories/0601_0303.html   (942 words)

 Frank Morrison; Democratic governor of Nebraska in the 1960s; 98 | The San Diego Union-Tribune
Morrison served as governor from 1961 to 1967.
But the fact that a Democrat who was opposed to the Vietnam War and capital punishment could be elected governor in Nebraska in the 1960s attests to Gov. Morrison's charisma, said former governor and U.S. Sen. Jim Exon, who encouraged Gov. Morrison to run for governor.
Before he became governor, he ran unsuccessfully for the U.S. House in 1948 and 1954, and for the Senate in 1958.
www.signonsandiego.com /uniontrib/20040428/news_1m28morrison.html   (433 words)

 JTR: State Profiles - Nebraska   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Nebraska Recycling Resources Directory, Guidance Document: Measuring and Tracking Recyclables and Organics (1996), Grants and Planning Unit Annual Report, Litter Reduction and Recycling Grant Program, Annual Report to the Governor, 2001 Nebraska Litter Survey, Economic Impact of Recycling in Nebraska (1997), Markets for Recyclables: Nebraska's Blueprint for Action (1998).
This two-part project involved the development of a study entitled Economic Impact of Recycling in Nebraska which looked at the effects of recycling on the state's economy, assessed the needs for growth in recycling, and measured the excess capacity of Nebraska's companies to absorb additional recyclable materials.
The Nebraska Department of Economic Development presented the first Midwest Recycling Investment Forum on March 23, 1998, in Omaha, Nebraska to introduce investors to some of the region's most promising recycling companies.
www.epa.gov /epaoswer/non-hw/recycle/jtr/state/ne.htm   (819 words)

 ACP-ASIM - Nebraska Chapter - Governor's Newsletter, Winter 2000
He graduated from Carleton College in 1952 and the University of Nebraska College of Medicine in 1956, where he was elected to Alpha Omega Alpha as a distinguished alumnus.
The Nebraska Component of the American Society of Internal Medicine, under Richard A. Hranac, MD, FACP, President, and the Nebraska Chapter of the American College of Physicians completed a successful merger in the Fall 1999.
Governor's Chapter Newsletters are published three times a year and usually reflect agenda items from recent Governor's Advisory Council Meetings.
www.acponline.org /chapters/ne/winter2000.htm   (1102 words)

 CPL - My Antonia
These immigrants were attracted to Nebraska because of the The Homestead Act and the construction of a transcontinental railroad.
Former governor of Nebraska Territory J. Sterling Morton initiated a tree-planting campaign to encourage Nebraskans help the soil conserve moisture, and he is responsible for the existence of Arbor Day as a holiday.
During the late nineteenth century, settlers in Nebraska had to contend with a series of unusually cold winters, vicious blizzards, drought, prairie fires and devastating hordes of grasshoppers that stripped crops in a matter of hours.
www.chipublib.org /003cpl/oboc/myantonia/nebraska.html   (768 words)

 Underage Drinking/ Governor as Guest Lecturer
The bill now awaits signature from the Governor to be put into law.
A Nebraska state government course, brought Governor Mike Johanns to the University of Nebraska Lincoln campus.
The students felt having the Governor in class was a valuable experience.
net.unl.edu /newsFeat/capview/cv_033001.html   (419 words)

 Nebraska State & Local Planning & Response Activities
Nebraska received $922,515 in phase one funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to use for pandemic planning activities.
The state of Nebraska, HHS and other federal agencies held a pandemic planning summit on February 23, 2006, with public health and emergency management and response leaders within the state.
Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman and USDA Secretary Mike Johanns listen as HHS Secretary Mike Leavitt speaks at the Pandemic Flu Response Summit in Lincoln, Nebraska.
www.pandemicflu.gov /plan/states/nebraska.html   (339 words)

 Welcome to the Nebraska Legislature Online   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The governor has five days, excluding Sundays, to decide what to do with a bill.
If the governor signs a bill or declines to act on it, the bill becomes a state law.
The governor may veto a bill, and has the authority to strike specific budget appropriations (line-item veto).
www.unicam.state.ne.us /learning/process_governor.htm   (93 words)

 Mike Johanns Governor, Nebraska
Nebraska is home to perhaps the most unique form of government in the United States.
Nebraska’s one-house Legislature is unlike the usual two houses of government used by 49 other states and the federal government which are comprised of a House of Representatives and Senate.
As Governor, I am the chief executive for our state, much like the President is for the United States.
www.juntosociety.com /government/mj_governorneb.htm   (329 words)

 Hahn for Nebraska
Loschen, 40, also could someday be "a heartbeat away" from being governor.
Note: The following article was written by economics professor Greg Hayden and accounting professor Linda Ruchala of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, economics professor Alan Jenkins of the University of Nebraska-Kearney, and economics professor Janet West of the University of Nebraska-Omaha.
I support the candidacy of David Hahn as our next governor because I see him as a decent, honest, hard-working man who has a progressive vision for our state and the proven ability to accomplish the goals he sets.
www.hahnfornebraska.org   (344 words)

 SVU Nebraska Happening
Carmelee Tuma, Assistant to the Governor of Nebraska, brought his personal greetings and presented to the SVU President a special proclamation making him an "Admiral of the Nebraska Navy." It was all in good fun.
The Nebraska Czechs of Lincoln were the greeters in "kroje"(authentic national costumes), beginning Wednesday in the Kauffman Center and continuing until the final presentation on Friday.
The Nebraska organizers found a number of local sponsors which helped to defray costs so our registration fees were kept very low and most of the social and cultural events could be provided gratis.
www.unl.edu /SVUNebraska/happen.htm   (1249 words)

 Nebraska Governor's Letter
On behalf of the citizens of Nebraska, please accept my hearty congratulations on the celebration of the National Institute of Standards and Technology's 100th anniversary.
The State of Nebraska is proud to continue our strong cooperation with NIST through the Manufacturing Extension Partnership.
We look forward to working with NIST in developing standards of excellence for innovative products, services and technologies yet to be explored, discovered and invented during the next 100 years and beyond.
www.nist.gov /director/ocla/GovLetters/ne_letter.htm   (112 words)

 The Roots of Progressivism - Populism in Nebraska 1870-1900
The Roots of Progressivism - Populism in Nebraska 1870-1900
As early as 1886, a political party, the Prohibition Party, was organized in Nebraska and nominated candidates for governor and other statewide offices.
The culmination of this activism was the populist revolt and election of a Populist governor of Nebraska in 1894.
www.nebraskastudies.org /0600/stories/0601_0300.html   (401 words)

 William Walker, Jr.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Governor William Walker, was a member and leader of the Wyandot Nation.
He was appointed Provisional Governor of Nebraska Territory in 1853 serving in that position until the territory was divided into the two territories of Kansas and Nebraska.
Governor Walker was a noted writer and historian.
www.kckpl.lib.ks.us /kscoll/people/wwalker.htm   (137 words)

 ESPN.com - GEN - Osborne seeks GOP nomination for governor
HASTINGS, Neb. -- Former Nebraska football coach Tom Osborne plans to seek the Republican nomination for governor instead of a fourth term in Congress.
He won three national titles in his last four years at Nebraska, got 82 percent of the vote in his first run for Congress in 2000, 93 percent in his re-election bid in 2002 and 87 percent last year.
In his announcement, Osborne also set out three main goals that he would try accomplish if elected, such as helping unite the state, which he said is often divided into factions such as east and west and urban and rural.
sports.espn.go.com /espn/news/story?id=2050694   (533 words)

 MORT  SULLIVAN FOR GOVERNOR NEBRASKA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
A new face was in Scottsbluff Tuesday to announce he's running for governor.
In a Sept. 12, 2006 letter to Sullivan, Nebraska Secretary of State John Gale said he had verified the submitted petitions.
"Nebraska needs to be brought together like a family," Sullivan said.
www.mortsullivanforgovernor.com   (779 words)

 Nebraska Governor
Nebraska City has Arbor Lodge State Historical Park, a lovely 52-room mansion that was home to J. Sterling Morton, the man whose passion for trees led to the founding of the internationally celebrated Arbor Day.
The Pine Ridge area of northwest Nebraska is also a must-see for your trip.
Another nearby community in central Nebraska is Hastings, which is the smallest town in the country to have an IMAX Theater.
www.postcardsfrom.com /gov/gov-ne.html   (904 words)

 granma.cu -
The U.S. delegation, led by the governor of Nebraska, Dave Heineman, includes representatives from the wheat, corn, bean and other industries.
On this occasion, Pedro Alvarez, director of Alimport, emphasized that in spite of the U.S. blockade, 34 states in that nation are seeking trade ties with Cuba, where there is a growing presence of U.S. businesspeople and other individuals.
Just a few days before the Nebraska group’s arrival, a delegation from the state of Vermont paid a visit.
www.granma.cu /ingles/2005/agosto/mar16/34nebraska-i.html   (208 words)

 State of Nebraska: Department of Banking and Finance   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The Department of Banking was created by Nebraska legislators to regulate state-chartered banks and other financial industries within the state.
Today, the Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance regulates and supervises various financial industries on behalf of the State of Nebraska and its residents.
The Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance (NDBF) warns investors to carefully monitor their online trading accounts in the wake of "hack attacks" in which predators have broken into customer accounts at online brokerages in the United States and Canada and made unauthorized trades worth millions of dollars.
www.ndbf.org   (250 words)

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