|Full Name:||E. Benjamin 'Ben' Nelson|
|Family:||Wife: Diane; 4 Children: Kevin, Kristy, Patrick, Sara|
|Birth Place:||McCook, NE|
|Home City:||Omaha, NE|
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April 26, 2012 - Requires all programs funded by the Violence Against Women Act to have a nondiscrimination policy that includes race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender ...
Feb. 2, 2012 - Requires that the executive branch and independent agency employeeswho are required to file financial disclosures to also disclose the sale, purchase, or exchange of ...
Feb. 2, 2012 - Specifies that employees and members of Congress, executive branch employees, and judicial officers are not exempt from the prohibitions against insider trading (Secs. 4 ...
Dec. 17, 2012 - We are nearing the end of these weekly columns as my Senate offices are nearly closed and computers as well as equipment are being returned ...
Dec. 13, 2012 - U.S. Senator Tim Johnson today voiced his support for including the farm bill in any end-of-the year legislation. In a letter to Senate leadership, Johnson ...
Dec. 4, 2012 - For states like Nebraska that lead the nation in the production of ethanol and development of other bio fuels, there were some anxious moments in ...
|Cash On Hand||$3,107,675.00|
Ben Nelson REPEATEDLY REFUSED TO PROVIDE ANY RESPONSES TO CITIZENS ON ISSUES THROUGH THE 2006 NATIONAL POLITICAL AWARENESS TEST WHEN ASKED TO DO SO BY Key national leaders of both major parties including: John McCain, Republican Senator Geraldine Ferraro, Former Democratic Congresswoman Michael Dukakis, Former Democratic Governor Bill Frenzel, Former Republican Congressman Richard Kimball, Project Vote Smart President Over 100 news organizations throughout the nation also urged their candidates to supply their issue positions through the National Political Awareness Test.