United States Sen. Deb Fischer says she’s willing to sit back and wait to see what Iowa Republicans do in the caucuses next week.
Fischer, a Republican, hasn’t endorsed any of the Republicans running for president. She doesn’t plan to, at least not for a while.
As for the sometimes chaotic nature of the GOP race, Fischer calls it fascinating. Fischer says simply that it is the democratic process, a great process that eventually will choose the party nominee to put before voters in November.
The candidate saturation of neighboring Iowa ends soon.
“For those of us that are kind of political junkies and follow all of this stuff, it’s always amazing to watch it,” Fischer tells Nebraska reporters during a conference call. “But, the people of Iowa are going to make decisions on Monday night and I really look forward to seeing what they do.”
Nebraska Republicans cast their ballots in the presidential primary May 10th.
As for the Democrats, they will hold a caucus on March 5th.
AUDIO: Brent Martin reports [:40]