Find what you need to know for the election in November
Oct 10 Early Voting at the Election Commission office starts
Oct 21 Last day to register outside the Election Commission office
Oct 28 Last day to register at the Election Commission office
Oct 28 Last day for Vote by Mail ballot request at Election Commission
Nov 7 Last day to vote in-person at the Election Commission
Nov 8 ELECTION
All dates are available at the NE Secretary of State website
Register or change your voting information online
For more information and forms in English and Spanish, go to the Douglas County Election Commission's website
When researching candidates on the internet, be cautious. Some websites have an agenda.
The League of Women Voters of Greater Omaha uses vote411.org The information there is provided directly by the candidates with no editing. There are written Voters Guides, which are available in local libraries and on the home page of this website.
There will be debates for the Presidential election. We have television programs on how to watch a debate and political messaging. Find them here
For judges, the Nebraska Bar Association published an evaluation judges on their website
Candidate Forums For the election, our television forums are available here.
The League of Women Voters supports the elimination of the death penalty and urges you to vote RETAIN. We prepared three programs on the death penalty which are available here
On election day, the polls will be open from 8 am to 8 pm. You can check your registration and polling location here
If you need a ride to the polls, contact:
The Urban League of Nebraska 402-575-0144
Heartland Workers Centers 402-933-6095
Or register for a ride or to give a ride at drive2vote.org
Learn your rights before you go to the polls, at the Nebraskans for Civic Reform website