|Governor of Nebraska|
He ran briefly for election to the U.S. Senate in 2012, but withdrew from the race before the primary election.
Hassebrook is a University of Nebraska graduate and native of Platte Center, Nebraska. He is the Executive Director of the Center for Rural Affairs in Lyons, Nebraska. Hassebrook serves on the University of Nebraska Board of Regents, including two terms as chair, and is current Chair of the Board of the USDA North Central Region Rural Development Center. He previously served on the Nebraska Rural Development Commission, US Department of Agriculture National Commission on Small Farms, USDA Agricultural Science and Technology Review Board and the Board Bread for the World.
- See also: Nebraska gubernatorial election, 2014
Hassebrook supports property tax relief instead of but is strongly opposed to Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman's plan to eliminate the income tax. Hassebrook has also said during his campaign stops that he would expand preschool programs in the state because many children are not ready for kindergarten. "We have too many kids not getting what they need, and if they don't succeed, our state can't succeed," Hassebrook said. "Because, if they can't get an education then they can't contribute to our state's prosperity, in fact they're probably going to detract from it through public assistance or law enforcement and the corrections system."
Hassebrook ran in the 2012 election for the U.S. Senate, representing Nebraska. He sought the nomination on the Democratic ticket, but dropped out of the race on March 8, 2012 when he, in his words, "came to realization that I would not succeed." 
The primary took place on June 5, 2012.
|US Senate - Nebraska Democratic Primary, 2012|
|Steven P. Lustgarten||2.6%||2,177|
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- Democrat Chuck Hassebrook announces he raised $525000 in campaign for ... - The Tribune
- Nebraska gov's race gets more crowded - Politico
- Hassebrook stands for education reform, wind energy in gubernatorial platform - Daily Nebraskan
- Attorney General Bruning joins Nebraska gubernatorial race - Norfolk Daily News
- Bruning Enters Nebraska Governor Race - 1011now
- Nebraska governor's race sees another shakeup - MyrtleBeachOnline.com
- Hassebrook's focus on state's farmers, ethanol producers - Grand Island Independent
- Fund's secret donors pay $49K for ad backing Beau McCoy for governor - Omaha World-Herald
- Pete Ricketts leads the field in fundraising for governor's race - Omaha World-Herald
- Nebraska Attorney General Bruning reconsidering a run for Nebraska governor ... - The Republic
- The Freemont Tribune, "Hasseback will enter 2014 governor's race," June 3, 2013
- Center for Rural Affairs "Chuck Hassebrook" April 13, 2012
- KHAS TV, Gubernatorial candidate Chuck Hassebrook campaigns in Hastings, October 28, 2013
- Journal Star "Hassebrook withdraws from Senate race, endorses Kerrey" April 26, 2012
- Nebraska Secretary of State "Canvass Report" Accessed October 11, 2012
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