David Else is running for U.S. Congressional District 3 in Nebraska

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“It’s time for someone else.” This is the campaign slogan of candidate for US Congressional District 3 David Else. He said Jane Kleeb and other Democrats convinced him to throw his hat in the ring for the Democratic primary. Else said he hoped voters would cross party lines and pick him as the Democratic nominee to represent the Nebraska campaign. “We will help you if you run away,” Kleeb said. “You are the voice and connect with the people of the Third District.” Else grew up in a small farming community in Overton, Nebraska. After the death of his father, he started working on the family farm to help his mother. “I’ve been a farmer since I was 14,” Else said. Now Else thinks he can represent Nebraskas in District 3, where he said more Democratic politics are needed. “I can talk to everyone in the 3rd District because I live here and farm here and ranch here,” Else said. “I know what’s going on here.” A longtime Republican, Else said that he moved to the Independent Party and then to the Democratic Party after his views on affordable health care changed His daughter experienced many health complications He said small ranchers and farmers are driven out by the big ones meatpacking companies, a problem exacerbated during the pandemic.”They can manipulate the market as they please and then charge whatever they want for beef, pork or chicken on the other end,” Else said. “So we need to set up more small packing plants, like we’re doing right now in North Platte, Nebraska.”

“It’s time for someone else.”

This is the campaign slogan of candidate for US Congressional District 3, David Else.

He said Jane Kleeb and other Democrats convinced him to throw his hat in the ring for the Democratic primary. Else said he hoped voters would cross party lines and pick him as the Democratic nominee to represent the Nebraska campaign.

“We will help you if you run away,” Kleeb said. “You are the voice and connect with the people of the third district.”

Else grew up in a small farming community in Overton, Nebraska. After the death of his father, he started working on the family farm to help his mother.

“I’ve been a farmer since I was 14,” Else said.

Now Else thinks he can represent Nebraskas in District 3, where he says more Democratic politics are needed.

“I can talk to everyone in the 3rd Ward because I live here and farm here and ranch here,” Else said. “I know what’s going on here.”

A lifelong Republican, Else said he moved to the Independent Party and then the Democratic Party after his views on affordable health care changed.

Her daughter experienced many health complications.

“Trust me when you don’t have insurance Obamacare is a life-saving event,” Else said.

Else said he wanted to diversify the meatpacking industry in rural Nebraska. He said small ranchers and farmers are being pushed out by big meatpacking companies, a problem exacerbated during the pandemic.

“They can manipulate the market as they please and then charge whatever they want for beef, pork or chicken on the other end,” Else said. “So we need to set up more small packing plants, like we’re doing right now in North Platte, Nebraska.”

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