Created: Wed, 09 Oct 2013 05:49:00 CST
Updated: Thu, 10 Oct 2013 09:16:04 CST
He's one of four republicans in the race for US Senate. And when Sid Dinsdale stopped by News 5 on Wednesday, he said there's plenty that sets him apart.
The farmer and businessman from Palmer, Nebraska isn't interested in becoming a career politician.
Dinsdale said he only became interested in running for Senate after he grew frustrated with the overreach of the federal government.
And as a candidate with experience in business and banking during this crucial time for America's financial future, does he think the government should let a default happen?
"As far as I know today, I would always vote to raise the debt limit. I'll argue all year long and we'll fight about the expenditures, the revenues, the taxes. But, just what I know today I would always vote in favor of raising that debt limit so I'm very concerned about what will happen," said Dinsdale.