Nebraska’s delegation has done its duty at the Republican National Convention.
“Nebraska: the good life, with great opportunity,” began Nebraska Republican National Committeeman J.L. Spray as he announced Nebraska’s 36 votes for Donald Trump as the nominee for president.
“It’s an honor to get to do that,” Spray said after the announcement. “It felt great to nominate the next president of the United States, representing the person who won our primary, the delegates who came here to support him.”
Spray is a former Chairman of the Nebraska Republican Party, now serving on the Republican National Committee. Spray said he’s proud of the group of delegates he’s representing.
“If you look at the list of individuals who are here, it’s a combination of party-committed people, but also of just great civic minded folks who came here to nominate Donald Trump,” Spray said. “We’ve had a great time this week.”
Nebraska’s delegates were bound to Donald Trump, in accordance with the results of the Republican primary election held in May.
By Kevin Thomas, KLIN