Democratic candidate joins the race for Nebraska U.S. Senate Seat

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By News 5 Staff


Updated: Tue, 21 Jan 2014 11:59:37 CST

There is now a candidate on the Democratic side in the race for Nebraska's  U.S. Senate seat. Omaha Attorney David Domina will officially announce his candidacy today at the State Capitol.
The 62 year-old has been a part of many high profile cases in the state, one of those being the fight for landowners against TransCanada over the Keystone X-L pipeline.

Domina was born in Cedar County and has lived in Norfolk, as well as Omaha. He'll be visiting more than two dozen cities in the coming weeks, including the Tri-Cities.

Domina is running against Republicans Sid Dinsdale, Ben Sasse, Shane Osborne and Bart McLeay; as well as independent, Jim Jenkins.

Current U.S. Senator Mike Johanns is not seeking re-election.