|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 ran in the 2012 election for the U.S. Senate, representing Nebraska. He was seeking 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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