OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - Four years after Democrat Barack Obama managed to win one of Nebraska's electoral votes, the president's campaign appears to have invested little in repeating that.The Obama campaign has only one office in Omaha this year. But state Democratic Party Chairman-elect Vince Powers says that doesn't mean the campaign isn't going after Omaha's 2nd Congressional District.
And Omaha voters are seeing lots of ads aimed at competitive Iowa.
Nebraska Republicans are working hard to keep Obama from winning the 2nd District, which was redrawn to include more Republicans after the Census.
A new Omaha World-Herald poll suggests Obama still has a shot at the district. Both Obama and Republican Mitt Romney received support from 44 percent of the people polled. The margin of error is 3.5 percentage points.