The governor of Nebraska hasn’t changed his mind and hasn’t endorsed anyone in the Republican presidential race, even as a former governor comes out against the front-runner.
Gov. Pete Ricketts, so far, is staying out of the Republican presidential race.
“Well, certainly Nebraskans and Republicans are going to make up their mind about the different candidates. I haven’t made up my mind about the candidates, yet,” Ricketts tells reporters. “And, you’re probably going to continue to see more folks who are going to weigh in one way or another.”
One, is former Gov. Kay Orr, a Republican, who like Sen. Ben Sasse, has come out against Donald Trump.
“Didn’t take long for me to determine that he wasn’t going to be my candidate and then it became increasingly clear as I listened to him, I didn’t hear the words that convinced me that he was a conservative,” Orr tells Kevin Thomas, host of Drive Time Lincoln on Nebraska Radio Network affiliate KLIN.
Orr says she would support any of the three still in the race against Trump: Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, and Ohio Gov. John Kasich.
Orr calls Trump untrustworthy and she says she is confident he can be stopped.
AUDIO: Brent Martin reports [:40]