Ben Sasse, U.S. Senator for Nebraska, won Tuesday’s high-intensity primary election in a landslide breaking the record for most primary votes ever received by a Nebraskan – Republican or Democrat – running for federal office.
You can view Sasse’s election night statement and video here on his campaign page.
Sasse wanted to thank Nebraskans for giving him a victory on Tuesday:
Sasse received more votes in Tuesday’s primary than any other Nebraska Republican running for federal office in the history of our state.
In 1990, Hal Daub received 178,237 primary votes in his race for U.S. Senate.