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Nebraska Republican Sen. Ben Sasse is strongly pushing back against President Trump’s attempts to contest the election with lawsuits and claims of fraud, observing Thursday that Trump’s lawyers have “refused to actually allege grand fraud” in court

The 5.3m votes #JoeBiden  is beating #Donald Trump by is more than the total votes for Trump in all these States - Alaska, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Maine, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, N & S Dakota, Rhode Island, DC, W Virginia & Wyoming#Election2020 

In 376 U.S. counties with the highest number of new COVID-19 cases per capita, the overwhelming majority — 93% — went for Donald Trump in Tuesday's election. Most were rural areas in Montana, the Dakotas, Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa and Wisconsin.

President-elect Joe Biden has 290 electoral votes after winning Pennsylvania and Nebraska on Saturday while Pres. Donald Trump has 214, according to AP.

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Incredible: Of 376 counties with the highest number of new coronavirus cases per capita, 93% went for Trump, according to an AP analysis. Most were rural counties in Montana, the Dakotas, Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa and Wisconsin.

An AP analysis reveals that in 376 counties with the highest number of new coronavirus cases per capita, the overwhelming majority went for Trump. Most were rural areas in the Dakotas, Montana, Nebraska, Wisconsin and Iowa.

An AP analysis reveals that in 376 counties with the highest number of new coronavirus cases per capita, the overwhelming majority voted for President Trump. Most were rural areas in the Dakotas, Montana, Nebraska, Wisconsin and Iowa.

"... in 376 counties with the highest number of new cases per capita, the overwhelming majority - 93% - went for Trump, a rate above other less severely hit areas. Most were rural areas in the Dakotas, Montana, Nebraska, Wisconsin and Iowa..."

The same places where COVID-19 is currently surging worse than any other place in the U.S. — North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Montana, Iowa — are the same places that voted overwhelmingly for President Trump.

Here's where the electoral college vote count stands at the close of business one day after #ElectionDay . When looking at the battleground states, by Wednesday afternoon, Florida, Ohio, Iowa, and Nebraska have been projected in favor of Donald Trump.

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Hundreds of Trump supporters were left in the freezing cold for hours after a rally at an airfield in Omaha, Nebraska, on Tuesday night, with some walking around 3 miles to waiting buses and others being taken away in ambulances.

Hundreds of Trump supporters were left in the freezing cold for hours after a rally at an airfield in Omaha, Nebraska, on Tuesday night, with some walking around 3 miles to waiting buses and others being taken away in ambulances.

17 Trump campaign rally attendees in Florida were taken to the hospital, fire officials said. The incident comes days after rallygoers in Nebraska needed medical attention after transportation issues resulted in attendees being stuck in the freezing cold.

Nebraska is considered a sure thing for Trump, but he’s holding a rally in Omaha to secure the 1 Electoral Vote from the 2nd Congressional District that could go for Biden. Trump cannot afford to lose a single one of the state’s 5 E.V.’s. "Get the hell out and vote," he urged.

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Hundreds of people who attended a Trump rally in Omaha, Nebraska on Tuesday night were left stranded on an airport tarmac in near-freezing temperatures after buses meant to shuttle them to their cars were delayed for hours.

Sen. Ben Sasse, Republican of Nebraska, castigated President Trump in a telephone town hall with constituents on Wednesday, and predicted that a loss by Trump on Election Day “looks likely."

Biden leads Trump in Nebraska's Second District, 48 to 41, according to new NYT/Siena poll

‘He’s gonna kill us’: Nebraska farmers freak out as Trump’s trade war threatens their businesses

Nebraska Farm Bureau says Trump's trade conflicts cost the state's farmers more than $1 billion

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BREAKING: A Nebraska company awarded the first border wall project under Trump is owned by a firm accused of shady billing.

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