NU Tells GOP Candidates For Governor Not To Use School Logo Or Imagery

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      The University of Nebraska has written 3 Republican candidates for governor asking them to stop using its logos and other imagery in campaign ads. 

     The letters went to Charles Herbster, State Senator Brett Lindstrom, and Jim Pillen – a member of the University’s Board of Regents.

       University spokeswoman Melissa Lee says the letter was sent partly to avoid the perception that the school is endorsing any candidate. 

      As a tax-exempt government entity, the university is barred from participating in political campaigns or endorsing candidates.

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