Nebraska's U.S. Senate race to replace retiring Sen. Mike Johanns officially has a Democratic candidate.
David Domina, a lawyer, launched his campaign with a speech in the Capitol Rotunda on Tuesday. After the event, Domina spoke about his views on the Keystone XL pipeline, gun control and health care.
Domina represents landowners challenging a state law that has allowed TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline to proceed. Domina says TransCanada should not have eminent domain power.
On gun control, Domina says there are reasonable restrictions on every constitutional right and that applies to the Second Amendment as well. He says citizens should not be armed in the same way as the military.
Domina also says the federal health care law should be fixed, not thrown out.