Requirements for Voting
- Be a U.S. citizen
- Be age 18 by November 6th, 2018
- Be a resident of Nebraska
How to Register to Vote
- At your local Election Office
- At the Department of Motor Vehicles
Online: REGISTER ONLINE!
Not sure if you are registered? Use Voter Check!
- You will be notified when your registration has been accepted. Contact your local election office if you don’t receive confirmation within 10 days or check online
How to Vote
Vote Early – In Person
- Starting Oct. 10th to Nov. 15th, 2018 vote at your county’s Election Commissioner’s Office.
Vote Early – By Mail
- Print the application or pick one up at your local Election Commissioner’s Office. Mail your ballot to the Election Commissioner’s Office no later than October 26th or take it to the office (not the polls) before 8pm CT (7pm MT) on November 6.
Vote at the Polls – Election Day
- Have a plan. Find your polling location. Polls are open 8am-8pm CT (7am-7pm MT).
Civic engagement is participating in a community in order to improve the state of the community and its future. This also means political participation like citizenship and voting. It also includes non-political participation such as community work and volunteering. At Nebraska Appleseed, we work across the state of Nebraska in communities like: Scottsbluff, Alliance, Lexington, Grand Island, Crete, South Sioux, Columbus, and Winnebago, to lift civic engagement in our state.
Get involved in these communities!
Alliance: Native Futures
Columbus: Centro Hispano Comunitario de Nebraska
Lexington: The Trinidad Center
Scottsbluff – Empowering Families:
South Sioux City: Unity in Action