Nebraska’s Jeff Fortenberry Announces Re-election | Regional government

The funds came from Gilbert Chagoury, a Lebanese-born Nigerian based in Paris, who reportedly directed the donations to Fortenberry because of a shared interest in protecting Christians from persecution in the Middle East. It is illegal for foreigners to donate to US political campaigns.

In his re-election announcement, Fortenberry highlighted his legislation titled Accelerating Access to Critical Therapies for ALS Act (ACT for ALS) which was recently signed into law. He also pointed to major GOP issues.

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“I believe as Americans we can pursue what’s good, what’s whole, and what’s awesome,” he said. “We don’t have to give in to the most divisive voices. Nor do we have to accept outdated borders, an inconsistent foreign policy and a booming economy that is hurting so many people because of the pressures of the world. ‘inflation.

“What we can do is protect our borders safely, rebuild our country with things made in America, and reject the voices that want to separate us into tribes. This is a vision of consensus and kindness. is what I will fight for, and I ask you to stay with me.”

Fortenberry, who has represented the Eastern District of Nebraska since 2005, had to temporarily step down from congressional committee work because of the indictment. That work includes a seat on the powerful House Appropriations Committee and his position as a senior member of the Appropriations subcommittee that deals with expenditures for agricultural programs.

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