The Goal

To ensure three state ballot measures are passed that will do exactly what our name implies – keep that money and boost local economies here in our home state.

The Goal

To ensure three state ballot measures are passed that will do exactly what our name implies – keep that money and boost local economies here in our home state.

What’s in it for Nebraskans?

What’s in it for Nebraskans?

$500 million stays in state each year.

Nebraskans spend hundreds of millions of dollars annually gambling at casinos in the bordering states (Iowa, Kansas, South Dakota, Missouri, Colorado and Wyoming), all of which have legalized casino gaming.

$50-$120 million annual tax revenue.

Expanding gaming would bring in millions in new tax revenue that could be used to aid property tax relief and education across the state.

Casinos limited to licensed horse racing tracks.

Nebraska won’t be Las Vegas. The measures will limit casinos to the licensed horse racing tracks across the state.

Ag, Economic & Tourism Boosts.

Tying casino gaming to horse tracks also will create new jobs in the state’s ag, construction, and entertainment industries.

The Good Life stays that way.

Statistics show no correlation between gaming and social problems like problem gambling, bankruptcy, divorce, crime, etc. In fact, Iowa and South Dakota (with casinos) have either the same or lower rates than Nebraska on crime and similar data.

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Gaming Money In Nebraska!

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Gaming Money In Nebraska!

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The Good Life can be even better...
On average, $951 leaves Nebraska for casinos in surrounding states every minute – that’s more than $1.36 million every day! Keep the Money in Nebraska is working to make sure that money stays in state and helps make the Good Life even better.

Expanding gaming in Nebraska will bring in $50-$120 million in new tax revenue that could be used to aid property tax relief and more across the state instead of sending it to all our surrounding states.

You can help boost Nebraska's economy.

Petitioners are around the state collecting signatures to have three state ballot measures included in the 2020 elections. Signing the petitions will give Nebraskans the opportunity to stop the flood of our money from flowing into Iowa, South Dakota, Kansas and Colorado.
Find out more about how you can help or get more information at www.KeepTheMoneyInNeb.com.
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Our signature collectors are all over the state collecting signatures! If you’re at the Nebraska State Fair, stop by the agricultural building to sign! ... See MoreSee Less

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The Pottawattamie Promise initiative is a program to eliminate financial barriers for children in Pottawattamie County, Iowa wanting to attend college through the use of full-ride scholarships, housing and support services. Once again, a great program in Iowa that is largely funded with Nebraskans' money spent at Iowa casinos. Let's keep the money in Nebraska and help kids in our state! ... See MoreSee Less

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The STARS scholarship program has helped more than 300 low-income parents in Pottawattamie County, Iowa earn an Associate’s or a Bachelor’s degree. Nebraskans' money at Iowa’s casinos helps pay for most of this program. Wouldn't it be nice if we could keep the money in Nebraska and help create programs like this for low-income parents here? ... See MoreSee Less

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The Iowa West Field House in Council Bluffs features over 100,000 square feet - enough room for 12 regulation volleyball courts or 8 basketball courts - and Nebraskans' money at Iowa’s casinos helped pay for most of it. Share and like if you think we need to keep the money in Nebraska to provide these facilities in our own state! ... See MoreSee Less

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The Good Life can be even better...
On average, $951 leaves Nebraska for casinos in surrounding states every minute – that’s more than $1.36 million every day! Keep the Money in Nebraska is working to make sure that money stays in state and helps make the Good Life even better.

Expanding gaming in Nebraska will bring in $50-$120 million in new tax revenue that could be used to aid property tax relief and more across the state instead of sending it to all our surrounding states.

You can help boost Nebraska's economy.

Petitioners are around the state collecting signatures to have three state ballot measures included in the 2020 elections. Signing the petitions will give Nebraskans the opportunity to stop the flood of our money from flowing into Iowa, South Dakota, Kansas and Colorado.
Find out more about how you can help or get more information at www.KeepTheMoneyInNeb.com.
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Our signature collectors are all over the state collecting signatures! If you’re at the Nebraska State Fair, stop by the agricultural building to sign! ... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

The Pottawattamie Promise initiative is a program to eliminate financial barriers for children in Pottawattamie County, Iowa wanting to attend college through the use of full-ride scholarships, housing and support services. Once again, a great program in Iowa that is largely funded with Nebraskans' money spent at Iowa casinos. Let's keep the money in Nebraska and help kids in our state! ... See MoreSee Less

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The STARS scholarship program has helped more than 300 low-income parents in Pottawattamie County, Iowa earn an Associate’s or a Bachelor’s degree. Nebraskans' money at Iowa’s casinos helps pay for most of this program. Wouldn't it be nice if we could keep the money in Nebraska and help create programs like this for low-income parents here? ... See MoreSee Less

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The Iowa West Field House in Council Bluffs features over 100,000 square feet - enough room for 12 regulation volleyball courts or 8 basketball courts - and Nebraskans' money at Iowa’s casinos helped pay for most of it. Share and like if you think we need to keep the money in Nebraska to provide these facilities in our own state! ... See MoreSee Less

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