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Former Vice President Pence joins Nebraska governor to celebrate state agriculture – KETV Omaha

UpdateRepublicans headed to Nebraska City today, for a hefty serving of politics. Gov. Pete Ricketts’ fifth annual Steak Fry was headlined by three prominent members of the GOP.”It’s so great to be in the great state of Nebraska!” said Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. At the Nebraska Steak Fry today, some of the nation’s most high-profile Republicans joined Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts in a celebration of agriculture. ” stood strong for jobs in the city and on the farm, Gov. Ricketts you have made Nebraska and America proud,” said former Vice President Mike Pence.The crowd was on their feet as DeSantis, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Tx, and Pence took to the stage. On the menu, everything from opposing Critical Race Theory to honoring those who fought the war on terror.”This is a freedom loving nation and a generation of Americans have defended our freedom. Now it’s our turn,” Pence said. The speakers took jabs at President Biden’s vaccine mandate. With masks scarce at the event, Ted Cruz says he’s vaccinated, but emphatically opposes requiring the shot.”It’s up to you whether or not you choose to get vaccinated,” Pence said. In terms of local policy, a petition circulated, calling for a voter ID law on the ballot in Nebraska. That’s despite a consensus from leaders that voter fraud was not an issue in the state in 2020.”We know having voter ID will help us continue to tell the people of Nebraska that you are secure, you can continue to trust the integrity of this election,” Ricketts told KETV in a one-on-one interview. Attendees said they are confident Republicans will win back seats in Congress during the 2022 midterm elections”We know that everybody here is great, and we need more and more of those people to step up,” said Talli Kratochvil of Pleasantville, Nebraska. KETV did receive a statement from the Nebraska Democratic Party Chair Jane Kleeb, which reads “Pete Ricketts is becoming an expert in creating super-spreader events that not only spread covid, but reckless rhetoric that creates divisions across the state.” Previous StoryNebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts hosted his fifth annual steak fry Sunday afternoon. The event celebrates Nebraska’s agriculture, which is the state’s number one industry. He was joined by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz and former Vice President Mike Pence. The Republicans spoke to a crowd outside at the Arbor Lodge State Historical Park in Nebraska City.

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Republicans headed to Nebraska City today, for a hefty serving of politics. Gov. Pete Ricketts’ fifth annual Steak Fry was headlined by three prominent members of the GOP.

“It’s so great to be in the great state of Nebraska!” said Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.

At the Nebraska Steak Fry today, some of the nation’s most high-profile Republicans joined Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts in a celebration of agriculture.

“[Ricketts] stood strong for jobs in the city and on the farm, Gov. Ricketts you have made Nebraska and America proud,” said former Vice President Mike Pence.

The crowd was on their feet as DeSantis, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Tx, and Pence took to the stage. On the menu, everything from opposing Critical Race Theory to honoring those who fought the war on terror.

“This is a freedom loving nation and a generation of Americans have defended our freedom. Now it’s our turn,” Pence said.

The speakers took jabs at President Biden’s vaccine mandate. With masks scarce at the event, Ted Cruz says he’s vaccinated, but emphatically opposes requiring the shot.

“It’s up to you whether or not you choose to get vaccinated,” Pence said.

In terms of local policy, a petition circulated, calling for a voter ID law on the ballot in Nebraska. That’s despite a consensus from leaders that voter fraud was not an issue in the state in 2020.

“We know having voter ID will help us continue to tell the people of Nebraska that you are secure, you can continue to trust the integrity of this election,” Ricketts told KETV in a one-on-one interview.

Attendees said they are confident Republicans will win back seats in Congress during the 2022 midterm elections

“We know that everybody here is great, and we need more and more of those people to step up,” said Talli Kratochvil of Pleasantville, Nebraska.

KETV did receive a statement from the Nebraska Democratic Party Chair Jane Kleeb, which reads “Pete Ricketts is becoming an expert in creating super-spreader events that not only spread covid, but reckless rhetoric that creates divisions across the state.”

Previous Story

Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts hosted his fifth annual steak fry Sunday afternoon.

The event celebrates Nebraska’s agriculture, which is the state’s number one industry.

He was joined by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz and former Vice President Mike Pence.

The Republicans spoke to a crowd outside at the Arbor Lodge State Historical Park in Nebraska City.

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