Larry Bradley for Regent, District 4 campaign has been endorsed by

Native American Caucus of the Nebraska Democratic Party

The Omaha Federation of Labor 

Bellevue Professional Firefighters Local 4906

Nebraska State AFL-CIO

Professional Fire Fighters Association of Omaha Local 385

Black Caucus of the Nebraska Democratic Party

Nebraska Democratic Party Latinx Caucus

NSEA Nebraska State Education Association

Nebraska Democratic Party LBGTQIA Caucus




We all have been horrified by recent events and the shocking displays of hate and violence directed at the citizens of our country by people who are our neighbors. Our wonderful country can’t flourish and evolve with so much disunity. We are all in this together, when we strike out to hurt a fellow citizen we hurt all citizens in the end. This isn’t going to be solved with gun control or more policing, the solution is in the heart of each and every one of us. If we can not do this, the very things we fear most will win, but we CAN do this if we all stay united.



Larry Bradley for Regent, District 4, Response to

“March For Our Lives" Rallies Nationally and World Wide

Omaha, NE - Larry Bradley, for Board Of Regents, District 4, 2018

In the light of the affirmative actions being taken today, March 24, 2018, by the courageous youth of The March For Our Lives Organization, parents, and fellow advocates, The Larry Bradley for Regent, District 4 Campaign would like to issue a statement on Gun Control.

Mass shootings on elementary, middle, high school, and college campuses in America today dictate that a candidate for the University of Nebraska system MUST inform the voters of their stance on this very important issue. 

As a veteran who qualified as an expert with the M-16 rifle in the United States Army, as well as a civilian who enjoys big game hunting, an educator, adjunct professor, and most importantly a parent, I feel that I may have a certain degree of knowledge and understanding about the subject of gun control.

I do not think that bump stocks or automatic weapons should be placed in the hands of the general public. I do not think that professors on campuses should be armed with any firearms at all. I strongly feel that trained law enforcement and U.S. Military personnel should be the only ones to have the use of fully automatic weapons. 

I am not a member of the NRA, but, I do know that they offer and have excellent programs to train adults and youth about proper use of firearms. I appreciate the youth hunters safety training in the state of Nebraska. Both of my children, now adults, have benefited greatly from the hunters safety program provided in the state of Nebraska.

I will not accept any campaign funding or contributions from the NRA.

Finally, I stand for the Second Amendment contained within the Bill of Rights. I defended and upheld all rights of the U.S. Constitution while serving in the U.S. Army, but, we all must do our best to reach common sense agreements making sure there are no more wholesale slaughters of students in America’s elementary, middle schools, high schools, and college campuses.





  • B.S. Biology (UNO) 1997

  • M.A. Biology (UNO) 2001

  • Ph.D. Geography (UNL) 2010

  • Adjunct Professor Department of Geology/Geography UNO

  • Lectured Environmental Geology for two decades.

  • Experienced Public Servant

  • Elected Official on the Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District 2008-2012 and 2016 - current

  • Served on the local NRD Finance Committee five years, has balanced and voted for approval and audits of an approximate $70,000,000.00 annual budget.

  • US Army Veteran 1982-1986 Honorable Discharge

  • Commander of local veterans post for eight years

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