The race for United States Senate has narrowed in Nebraska.
With nearly 13% of the precincts reporting and slightly more than 300,000 ballots cast, Republican Deb Fischer leads Democrat Bob Kerrey 52% to 48%. Fischer has 162,445 votes to 149,982 for Kerrey. Fischer earlier held a slightly larger lead.
Gov. Mitt Romney maintains a sizeable lead over President Obama in Nebraska, more than 54% of the vote to slightly more than 44% or a raw total of 170,371 to 138,355.
Constitutional amendments to expand impeachable offenses and provide the right to hunt and fish hold wide leads. The two legislative amendments, expanding term limits and increasing pay, still trail badly with nearly 64% of Nebraska voters rejecting the amendments.
The race between incumbent Congressman Lee Terry, the Republican and his Democratic challenger John Ewing, Jr. has tightened considerably. Terry now leads 52-48; 85,803 to 79,299.
Incumbents Jeff Fortenberry and Adrian Smith enjoy wide leads.