A Special Message From Candidate Mike Flood
In a special election this Tuesday, June 28th, Nebraska’s 1st Congressional District will choose its next U.S. representative. Tuesday’s election comes at an important moment for our nation, and the stakes are high. We know that Washington is taking our country in the wrong direction, and that too many families, ag producers, seniors, and job-creators are worse off today than they were in January of 2021. I’m asking for your vote on Tuesday so that I can fight to turn things around and get our economy back on track.
It’s especially important for our beef producers. You play an integral role in our state’s economy and in the success of your communities. I hope to closely partner with you to keep Nebraska’s cattle industry strong. There’s a lot of work to do, from passing a quality 2023 Farm Bill, to bolstering the resiliency of our beef supply chain, to pushing back against federal regulatory overreach, and much more. I’m honored to have the support of the Nebraska Cattlemen PAC, and I look forward to working with you in the months and years ahead.
The choice facing our district on Tuesday is stark: a choice between more freedom or bigger government; keeping more of what you earn or paying more in taxes; ending out-of-control federal spending or continuing to pour fuel on the fire of inflation; prioritizing American energy independence or watching gas prices continue to skyrocket. My record in the Nebraska Legislature is one of results. I’ve focused on serving my constituents, fighting for our commonsense Nebraska values, and getting things done. I’ll do the same in Washington.
It all comes down to turnout on Tuesday. I’d be honored to earn your vote, and the votes of your family, friends, and neighbors. Please make a plan to cast your ballot on Tuesday, and encourage others to do the same. If we make our voices heard at the ballot box, we’re going to win this race and send a clear message to Washington: It’s time for a new direction. Let’s get it done.
Paid for by Mike Flood for Congress