December 13, 2019

Press Release: Statement by Matt Innis on Nebraska Farm Bureau Designation of Ben Sasse as a ‘Friend of Agriculture’

“This sham of a designation shows a lack of understanding in what it means to the farmers and ranchers of Nebraska to represent agriculture. Ben Sasse is owned by organizations representing big Washington, D.C. money who donate to his campaign. The second-largest amount of Ben Sasse’s donations comes from Washington, D.C., and 96% of his campaign funds come from outside Nebraska.”

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November 21, 2019

“Matthew Innis running for US Senate; feels Sasse is unfit”

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.

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November 12, 2019

“Republican challenger runs against Nebraska senator”

NORTH PLATTE, Neb. (KNOP) – There’s a Republican challenger running against Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse. Matt Innis is running in the 2020 primary.

A cornerstone of Innis’ campaign is making sure whoever is in the senator’s seat is representing Nebraska to the best of their ability.

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September 3, 2019


(LINCOLN, NE) – Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, Matt Innis, said today it’s not a surprise that Ben Sasse is not endorsing President Donald Trump’s re-election for President. But, the explanation Sasse’s staff gave for not supporting President Trump is misleading Nebraskans, Matt Innis said. In an Omaha World-Herald article, titled, “One name missing as top Nebraska Republicans sign on …

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August 2, 2019


(OMAHA, NE) – Matt Innis, former Lancaster County Republican Party Chairman and Lincoln business owner, announced today that he will enter the GOP Primary Election for the U.S. Senate. Incumbent Ben Sasse has not announced if he will run for re-election. Innis made his announcement on the Scott Vorhees radio program on KFAB in Omaha. “I’m running for the U.S. …

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