Dubas cites leadership skills during visit to Scottsbluff
State Senator Annette Dubas says she has the leadership skills to be the state's next Governor. The Fullerton Democrat, who is completing her final term in the legislature next year, was in Scottsbluff Wednesday evening as part of a campaign tour around the state.
Dubas cited passage of ten important pieces of legislation she introduced over the last seven years, on topics ranging from community and economic development to foster care, as proof that she can get things accomplished.
Dubas says her father taught her about public service and she has simply gone up the ladder, from serving on community boards to the state legislature.
Dubas also touted the fact her peers elected her as chair of a legislative committee. Dubas will face Chuck Hassebrook, former Executive Director of the Center for Rural Affairs, in the Democratic primary.
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