The Latest: Student says disgust with Trump guided his votes

Published 11-06-2018

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LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - The Latest on Nebraska's general election (all times local):

9:50 a.m.

A 20-year-old University of Nebraska-Lincoln student says he voted for all the Democratic candidates on his ballot because of his disgust with President Donald Trump.

Ryan Pawloski is studying broadcast journalism, and he said after voting Tuesday that he's deeply uncomfortable with the president's remarks that reporters are "enemies of the people."

Pawloski, who grew up in Hastings, says he also voted for the measure to expand Medicaid in Nebraska, seeing it as a way to help the working poor.

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8 a.m.

Polls have opened in Nebraska as voters statewide prepare to decide on races for governor, Congress and whether to expand the state's Medicaid system.

Ballots can be cast until 8 p.m. Tuesday.

One measure in the hands of voters is whether to expand Medicaid health coverage to an estimated 90,000 low-income residents who don't qualify for the current program but earn too much to get federal tax subsidies that would help them afford insur

8 a.m.

Polls have opened in Nebraska as voters statewide prepare to decide on races for governor, Congress and whether to expand the state's Medicaid system.

Ballots can be cast until 8 p.m. Tuesday.

One measure in the hands of voters is whether to expand Medicaid health coverage to an estimated 90,000 low-income residents who don't qualify for the current program but earn too much to get federal tax subsidies that would help them afford insurance on their own.

Republican Gov. Pete Ricketts is seeking re-election against Democratic state Sen. Bob Krist of Omaha. GOP Sen. Deb Fischer is seeking a new term as well, facing off against Democratic hopeful Jane Raybould.

Ballots can be cast until 8 p.m. Tuesday.

One measure in the hands of voters is whether to expand Medicaid health coverage to an estimated 90,000 low-income residents who don't qualify for the current program but earn too much to get federal tax subsidies that would help them afford insurance on their own.

Republican Gov. Pete Ricketts is seeking re-election against Democratic state Sen. Bob Krist of Omaha. GOP Sen. Deb Fischer is seeking a new term as well, facing off against Democratic hopeful Jane Raybould.

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