Daub becomes second potential primary challenger to Sen. Hagel

Blake, Aaron
May 2007
Hill;5/16/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 58, p14
The article focuses on the announcement of Representative Hal Daub regarding his plan to explore a Senate bid and open the possibility of being a primary challenger to his close friend, Senator Chuck Hegel in 2008. It was cited that Daub is the second Republican to disregard the decision of the Hagel whether to run for re-election in the Senate, to run as president or to leave office. Daub is a Republican National Committeeman and a former mayor of Omaha, Nebraska.


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