Okay so I looked up the bylaws and apparently in order to be governor of Nebraska I must be at least thirty years of age and have to have lived five consecutive years in Nebraska prior to my running which means that after I finish seminary and go hang with Clark and maybe travis and whoever else may come in Peru, I have to move back to Nebraska and live there for five years before I can run and begin to reform Nebraska.
So when that does happen I vow to do the following but also more as I think about it:
Invest in Wind Turbines, promoting clean energy by giving tax breaks to energy efficent and clean energy providers.
Legalizing medicinal Marijuana, lowering marijuana related arrests
Continue the current negotiations with Cuba and start with Peru as well.
Work to undo the detrimental effects of Nafta (and Cafta will also be) on the Nebraskan farm economy.
Invest in Nebraska arts i.e. musicians, visual artist, writers, poets, etc
Encourage economic growth.
Legalize hemp production in Nebraska thus creating a textile market, (Which Nebraska had before DuPont lobbyed in Washington to eliminate it thus giving them a monopoly)
Reinforce Enviromental Conservation laws.
Make casinos, lotteries and all forms of gambling illegal.
Encourage public smoking bans
Reinvest money into public education
Encourge Ethanol production by tax incentives to farmers and make manditory lower price on ethanol over unleaded gas (modeled after Iowa's law)
Encourage city growth and development.
Ban corporate ownership over land particularly in western Nebraska.
Negociate deeding additional land to the current native American reservations in nebraska and use state funding to pay restitution to Native Americans and put money into assisting in developing native american land.
Place heavy restrictions on draining the Platte River for irrigation use
Preserve more habitat space for the migration of Sandhill Cranes, and appeal to the other states along their migratory path to ban the hunting of them and the destruction of habitats in their respective states.
Public health iniatives.