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.”


American Crossroads is a non-profit 527 political organization dedicated to renewing America’s commitment to individual liberty, limited government, free enterprise and a strong national defense through informed and effective political action. American Crossroads seeks to educate voters and empower citizens to hold lawmakers and office-seekers accountable for where they stand. Paid for by American Crossroads. Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee. 

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