More money is pouring into Nebraska legislative races, and incumbents normally reap the benefits.
That, according to a study by the Platte Institute, which surveyed results of legislative races during the last three election cycles.
Platte Institute Director John McCollister says the study enforces the notion that incuments have a great advantage in legislative campaigns.
The greatest amount of money flowing to incumbents comes from business sponsored political action committees, which McCollister says financially support both Republicans and Democrats.
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