Who is on the ballot in the next election? How to register to vote? ...and more
This guide provides good information on the Presidential election process: Electing the President 2016
The Nebraska Democratic party Presidential caucus was on March 5th. Bernie sanders received 57.1% of the vote (giving him 15 delegates) and Hillary Clinton received 42.9% (giving her 10 delegates).
Nebraska conducts a closed primary. This means that each political party (Republican, Democrat, Libertarian) decides who gets to vote for their candidates in partisan races. Generally, Republicans only allow Republicans to vote for Republican candidates. Democrats have allowed Democrats and non-partisan voters to vote for their candidates. The partisan offices in Nebraska are for the President, the US Senate, the US House of Representatives, and county offices.
The League of Women Voters of Greater Omaha's Voters Guide will be available in printed form and on the Vote411.org web site after April 6th.
The offices and candidates for them that will be on the primary are available at this link to the Douglas County Election Commission. Select 2016 Primary in the Search Criteria "select an election" drop down box in the center of the screen.
The Douglas County Election Commission runs all elections in Douglas County. Their website is here: Douglas County Election Commission
April 22 Postmark deadline for mailed voter registration
May 2 Last day to register in person (at the Election Commission office)
May 4 Last day for Election Commission to receive application for early voting ballot
May 9 Last day to vote early in person (at the Election Commission office)
May 10 Primary Election. Polls are open 8 am to 8 pm.
A detailed calendar of election events for 2016 is provided by the Nebraska Secretary of State: 2016 Election Year Calendar