The 2014 U.S. Senate
race in Nebraska looks like it's shaping up to be an expensive one.
Midland University President
Ben Sass, who is making his first run for public office, raised a whopping $815,000
in the third quarter. That's more than any other candidate in the race.
It's also almost
twice as much as the $427,000 reported Tuesday by former Nebraska State Treasurer
Omaha attorney Bart McLeay
raised more than $300,000 and Omaha banker Sid Dinsdale, who just announced his
candidacy last month, doesn't have to report his fundraising until January.
So far no democrat has entered the senate