Tyson Ready for the Final Push
O’NEILL - With one day left until the election, Tyson Larson is spending his time finishing his door-to-door campaign. “Going to everyone’s door was about more than showing my energy and articulating my vision for the 40th district; it was also a unique expression of my desire to truly represent the interests of my constituents,” said Tyson.
Tyson’s campaign has championed rural economic development, and his plan was the only one in the 40th district supported by both the Nebraska Farm Bureau and the Nebraska Cattlemen PAC. Tyson has also advocated a decentralization of educational bureaucracy. Responding to what differentiates him from his opponent, Tyson said “My opponent’s recent acceptance of $10,000 from the Teacher’s Union enshrines his support of the status quo. That money, paid without a vote from the dues of Nebraska’s teachers, is just another example of decision-making responsibilities landing in Lincoln when they should rest with the educators themselves. I offer new, innovative solutions; not stale, old, and unsuccessful approaches.”
On social issues from his staunch pro-life stance to his “A” rating from the NRA, Tyson feels confident he represents the interests of the 40th district. As he said, “As a born and bred Nebraskan, I have the same traditional values as the people of the 40th. I will fight for the rights of the unborn and for the importance of the second amendment if I am fortunate enough to be elected.”
Tyson offered the following message before people head to the polls: “Campaigning for this election, despite my opponent’s recent baseless attacks, has been one of the great experiences anyone can have. Having to meet everyone in the district, hear your concerns, and share my vision make me confident that I am the right person to lead Nebraska into the future. On the issues, I offer the common-sense solutions to the problems we face, and my clean, positive campaign on those same issues is proof that I have the integrity that the 40th district needs and deserves in its state senator.
“Everyone should come out to vote tomorrow. Vote on the issues. Vote for our future.”