LWVNE Statewide 2020 Voters' Guide Now Available
The League of Women Voters of Nebraska’s nonpartisan, statewide voters’ guide is now available with information on candidates running in contested races for city, county, district, state and federal office in the Nov. 3 general election in all 93 counties. Go to the Voters’ Guide button below. VOTE411.org, the League’s online portal, also provides personalized voting information.
Know Your Voting Rights in Nebraska Brochure Now Available!
All the information Nebraskans need to exercise their right to vote. Share the PDF with your friends; print it out (use legal-size paper) and post at work.
Countdown to the
November 3, 2020
The report estimates that 10.59% of Black Nebraskans and 5.82% of Latinx Nebraskans are disenfranchised individuals with felony convictions. This is in contrast
Senator John McCollister will introduce a redistricting bill in the 2021 legislative session that will move Nebraska toward a fair redisricting process. “I
The League of Women Voters of Nebraska does not include judges in our Voters’ Guide or VOTE411.org portal. We suggest consulting the resources
The League of Women Voters of Nebraska invites you to peruse the latest edition of the Nebraska Voter newsletter. In the Fall 2020
County drop boxes provide a safe, secure and easy way to apply for and return vote by mail ballots. All three of Nebraska’s
Nebraska is one of only two states in the nation to refuse this COVID-19 aid benefit. This emergency food aid does not come
In a letter to the editor of the Lincoln Journal Star, LWVNE Government Director Sheri St. Clair emphasizes that it is critical to
This fall you may be asking yourself, “How can I promote voter registration on my campus?” The League of Women Voters of Nebraska
REGISTER TO VOTE ONLINE
Exercise your constitutional right to vote.
October 16 is the
last day to register online or
to postmark your voter registration application.
Stay safe and request a Vote by Mail ballot #VoteByMail #VoteFromHome
July 6 – 6 p.m. October 23:
Submit your application for a Vote by Mail ballot
for the 2020 general election.
Contact your Nebraska state legislator to voice your opinion about an issue or bill.
Let your voice be heard!