The 2014 U.S. Senaterace in Nebraska looks like it's shaping up to be an expensive one.
Midland University PresidentBen Sass, who is making his first run for public office, raised a whopping $815,000in the third quarter. That's more than any other candidate in the race.
It's also almosttwice as much as the $427,000 reported Tuesday by former Nebraska State TreasurerShane Osborn.
Omaha attorney Bart McLeayraised more than $300,000 and Omaha banker Sid Dinsdale, who just announced hiscandidacy last month, doesn't have to report his fundraising until January.
So far no democrat has entered the senaterace.