A Senate hopeful on a state-wide tour came to Kearney. A man who believes he represents the common Nebraskan is running for Senate.
Republican Ben Sasse campaigned at Kearney's aviation center. One of the first things he said is he is not a veteran when it comes to politics.
Sasse was born in Fremont, Neb. and is the president of Midland University.
He is against the Affordable Care Act, known to some as 'Obamacare', saying he thinks it will hurt future generations.
The Fremont resident thinks the government should not be the center of our lives. But one pressing issue Sasse said is of utmost importance is the need for a farm bill.
"There's no predictability for the greatest most productive farmers the world has ever known right now, we need congress to get off the dime and ultimately solve these problems in a rational way," said Sasse.
He added that there is not a lot of farm in the farm bill.