Congressman Lee Terry won the 2nd Congressional District Republican Primary Tuesday night, but in a statement released by his campaign, sights are set on work ahead in Washington.
"Tonight, I am extremely humbled and grateful that the people of Omaha have continued to respond to my message of holding Barack Obama's Washington accountable. The reality is we still have a lot of work to do and a lot of fighting to do. ObamaCare needs to be repealed and replaced. The Keystone XL Pipeline needs to be approved. Washington needs to be held accountable. There is a lot to fight against, but there is also a lot to fight for and until we have the government we deserve, I will not stop fighting for the people of Omaha.
"I'd like to thank all of the people who have invested their time and energy in supporting my campaign - my family and staff, friends and volunteers - without this strong coalition, I would not be where I am today."