LWVNE Publishes Fall 2020 Nebraska Voter Newsletter

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The League of Women Voters of Nebraska invites you to peruse the latest edition of the Nebraska Voter newsletter. In the Fall 2020 issue of the Nebraska Voter, you will find: Our VOTE411.org nonpartisan online voters’ guide to learn about candidates running for local, county, district, state and federal office in all 93 Nebraska counties; […]

Use Drop Boxes to Return Early Vote by Mail Ballots!

Douglas County drop box located at Douglas County Election Commission, 12220 W. Center Road, Omaha

Make sure your Vote by Mail ballot is counted by putting it in a drop box at your county. County drop boxes provide a safe, secure and easy way to apply for and return vote by mail ballots. All three of Nebraska’s largest population counties have installed additional drop boxes. (Note: The new drop boxes […]

Governor Ricketts to Accept Emergency SNAP Aid

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Thanks #Nebraska, your calls and petition signatures convinced @GovernorPeteRicketts to accept SNAP emergency benefits for Nebraskans in need due to #COVID19. In October, Nebraska Appleseed submitted a petition on behalf of 1,242 Nebraskans representing 106 communities urging the governor to accept the SNAP allotments that have been refused since August.  NEBRASKA APPLESEED PRESS RELEASE ON RICKETTS […]

LWVNE Letter to Editor Urges Voter Involvement in Redistricting

Letter to Editor of Lincoln Journal Star about importance of voter involvement in redistricting.

In a letter to the editor of the Lincoln Journal Star, LWVNE Government Director Sheri St. Clair emphasizes that it is critical to protect the redistricting process from the domination of one political party, gerrymandering and secrecy. READ THE LETTER Leave a Reply About Us The League of Women Voters of Nebraska is a 501(c)(3) […]

Higher Education “Get Out the Vote” Toolkit Available

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This fall you may be asking yourself, “How can I promote voter registration on my campus?” The League of Women Voters of Nebraska provides ideas for you, your department/program or your entire university. This toolkit will help you get started. VIEW THETOOLKIT Leave a Reply About Us The League of Women Voters of Nebraska is […]

Toni Monette Speaks on Vote411, Informing Electorate

Toni Monette

The LWV of Hastings hosted Toni Monette, co-director of Voter Services, for a discussion of “Representation Matters: Vote411, Empowering Voters and Informing the Electorate.” VIEW THE REPRESENTATION MATTERS VIDEO Leave a Reply About Us The League of Women Voters of Nebraska is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your gift to the League of Women Voters of […]

LWVNE’s Statewide 2020 Voters’ Guide Now Available

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The League of Women Voters of Nebraska’s nonpartisan, statewide Nebraska voters’guide is now available with information on candidates running in contested races forcity, county, district, state and federal office in the Nov. 3 general election in all 93counties. Go to the Voters’ Guide button below. VOTE411.org, the Leagues onlineportal can also provide personalized candidate information. […]