1. Brad Ashford

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      Central Nebraska, Lincoln, Northeast Nebraska, Omaha, Southeast Nebraska, Western Nebraska
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      Agriculture, Education, Manufacturing
  2. About Brad Ashford

    Brad Ashford

    Brad Ashford (born November 10, 1949) is a member of the Nebraska Legislature.

    Born in Omaha, Nebraska, he attended Westside High School. He received his B.A. from Colgate University in 1971. He got his J.D. from Creighton University in 1974.

    He was first elected to the Legislature in 1986 serving Nebraska's 6th legislative district. He was reelected in 1990 and retired in 1994. He ran for legislature again in 2006, and was elected to serve Nebraska's 20th legislative district. He is chairman of the Judiciary Committee and serves on the Education Committee and the Committee on Committees.

    He is married to Ann Ferlic, and has three children: John, Ellie, and Tom.


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    before=Peter Hoagland | title=Nebraska state senator - district 6 | years= 1987 - 1995 | after=Pam Brown
    before=Jim Jensen | title=Nebraska state senator - district 20 | start=2007 |
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  3. Quotes

    1. It would be dangerous to going back to giving cities, counties total control.
      In Heineman: Bill to reform CIR doesn't go far enough
    2. The goal, though, is not … to prosecute families or students.
      In School attendance legislation in the state house « Attendance Works
    3. Coming out of this recession, we must have a vision as a state.
      In Sales tax proposal for Neb. cities debated
    4. We cannot stumble in this effort to recognize the differences between juveniles and adults, even though in some cases we are dealing with juveniles who have committed heinous acts.
      In State lawmakers reject bill for minors serving life
    5. What is it? What's the laundry list of potential suspicions?
      In Illegal immigration enforcement bill receives tough questioning
    6. Besides skin color and command of the English language can you think of anything else that could provide a reasonable suspicion?
      In Illegal immigration enforcement bill receives tough questioning
    7. That's the big thing we want to avoid.
      In State looks to ease overcrowding in prisons
    8. Do I regret saying bring out the National Guard? No I don't. What I was saying is that law enforcement needs help.
      In Exclusive: Ashford Has “No Second Thoughts” on National Guard Talk
    9. I'm not suggesting the National Guard being some occupying force.
      In Governor: No Guard call-up for north Omaha
    10. I don't know if a physician faced with civil action can know all the risk factors
      In Neb. Gov. Expected To Sign Antiabortion Health Screening, 'Fetal Pain' Bills