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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Pat Wojcik shares what she loves about Nebraska and her community...as well as the challenges families and retirees face due to Nebraska's high property taxes. To learn how you can help with Nebraska's property tax relief, visit www.keepthemoneyinneb.com. ... See MoreSee Less

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South Sioux City Assistant City Administrator Oscar Gomez discusses how his city embraced his family when then moved here from Mexico, his commitment to the community, and why expanded casino gaming will boost the local economy, aid homeowners and the state overall. ... See MoreSee Less

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Pat Wojcik, a licensed real estate agent in Nebraska, shares her love of Nebraska and her belief that casino gaming's tax revenue can help not only homeowners in Nebraska, but all Nebraskans. ... See MoreSee Less

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"While the State has made progress, Nebraska remains at a competitive disadvantage. In my travels across the state, Nebraskans consistently name property tax relief as their number one concern. Given the negative impact that high property taxes are having on Nebraska’s working families, both rural and urban, property tax relief remains my number one priority for the Legislature as it reconvenes." From Governor Pete Ricketts July 13, 2020 statement. We couldn't agree more, Gov. Ricketts, and hope you will support the Keep the Money in Nebraska expanded gaming measures on the November ballot to add millions more to the property tax relief fund. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thoroughbred Jockey Jake Olesiak and his wife, Megan, a trainer and business owner, discuss how passing the casino gaming ballot measure would help not only their family, but Nebraska property owners, thoroughbred horse breeders, farmers, jockeys, and so many more. To learn the facts about how to Keep the Money in Nebraska, visit www.keepthemoneyinneb.com. ... See MoreSee Less

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Pat Wojcik shares what she loves about Nebraska and her community...as well as the challenges families and retirees face due to Nebraska's high property taxes. To learn how you can help with Nebraska's property tax relief, visit www.keepthemoneyinneb.com. ... See MoreSee Less

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Keep the Money in Nebraska

South Sioux City Assistant City Administrator Oscar Gomez discusses how his city embraced his family when then moved here from Mexico, his commitment to the community, and why expanded casino gaming will boost the local economy, aid homeowners and the state overall. ... See MoreSee Less

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Keep the Money in Nebraska

Pat Wojcik, a licensed real estate agent in Nebraska, shares her love of Nebraska and her belief that casino gaming's tax revenue can help not only homeowners in Nebraska, but all Nebraskans. ... See MoreSee Less

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"While the State has made progress, Nebraska remains at a competitive disadvantage. In my travels across the state, Nebraskans consistently name property tax relief as their number one concern. Given the negative impact that high property taxes are having on Nebraska’s working families, both rural and urban, property tax relief remains my number one priority for the Legislature as it reconvenes." From Governor Pete Ricketts July 13, 2020 statement. We couldn't agree more, Gov. Ricketts, and hope you will support the Keep the Money in Nebraska expanded gaming measures on the November ballot to add millions more to the property tax relief fund. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thoroughbred Jockey Jake Olesiak and his wife, Megan, a trainer and business owner, discuss how passing the casino gaming ballot measure would help not only their family, but Nebraska property owners, thoroughbred horse breeders, farmers, jockeys, and so many more. To learn the facts about how to Keep the Money in Nebraska, visit www.keepthemoneyinneb.com. ... See MoreSee Less

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