The League of Women Voters encourages all citizens to participate in democracy. That includes voting and making your voice heard.
For a rundown on this year's bills in the Unicameral, see Linda Duckworth interview Peggy Adair
Here are some of our ideas for Making Democracy Work
Douglas county will hold elections for the Omaha mayor and all of the city council seats this year. The primary is April 4th and the election is May 9th.
We will sponsor a forum for the mayoral candidates in April at the Press Club.
There will be live call-in forums for the city council seats in March.
We will also publish a voter guide.
If you missed our Water Quality Forum, you can see it here
Results for the 2016 Douglas County elections are available here
Results from the 2016 general election are available here.
Our Voters Guide for the 2016 election is still available.
Condado de Douglas Guía del Votante
Election_2016 Learn More
- Find what you need to know for the election in November
Candidate Forums 2016 General Election Learn More
- Get to know the candidates
The League NEVER endorses or opposes political parties or candidates. We present forums solely for voter education.
GO VOTE OMAHA! Learn More
- Go Vote Omaha! is our locally produced television program. Watch it Tuesday nights at 7:30 pm on Cox channel 22 or Centurylink channel 89.
After a program airs, it is uploaded to the LWVGO channel on Youtube.
Get Out the Vote GOTV Learn More
- Helping you help others vote
Calendar of Events Learn More
- We sponsor meetings and events for the public and League members
Voter Information Learn More
- Who runs elections? How to register to vote.
Elections Learn More
- Who is on the ballot in the next election? How to register to vote? ...and more
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- Learn about the levels of government and the people who represent you
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