American Crossroads Sends Nebraska’s Famous Runza Sandwiches to Bob Kerrey’s New York City Home (Since He Does Not Have a Nebraska Address)

Runza Sandwiches Available Only in Nebraska – Not Kerrey’s Home in Greenwich Village

WASHINGTON – When Bob Kerrey returns to his New York City home to make a decision about running for U.S. Senate in Nebraska, he will be welcomed by a package of Runza sandwiches, a popular Nebraska food product, shipped to him by American Crossroads.

“As Bob Kerrey returns to his New York City home from Nebraska, we hope the once-familiar taste of Runza sandwiches will remind him of what Nebraskans confirmed during his recent visit:  that his far-left positions are out-of-touch,” said Nate Hodson, American Crossroads director of state and regional media relations.  “While he certainly will not find a steamy Runza sandwich in Greenwich Village, Bob Kerrey can find loads of support for his left-wing positions like championing Obamacare or voting for the largest tax hike in history.”

On Wednesday, American Crossroads welcomed Bob Kerrey back to Nebraska with a statewide radio ad reminding voters of Kerrey’s far-left record of supporting Obamacare, voting for the largest tax hike in history, and leading a university the New York Times called a “liberal haven.”

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For more information or to arrange an interview, contact Nate Hodson at [email protected] or (202) 370-6604.