GOP Businessman to Run Against Congressman Lee Terry
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - A conservative Republican businessman plans to challenge U.S. Rep. Lee Terry, so the eight-term Congressman could face challengers in both the GOP primary and general election if he advances. Fifty-year-old Dan Frei plans to challenge Terry because he believes he could be a better leader. Frei says he's a constitutional conservative who admires Iowa Republican Steve King. Already Democratic Omaha City Councilman Pete Festersen said he would run against Terry in Nebraska's 2nd District. Former State Sen. Chip Maxwell, of Omaha, is also considering a run.