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GENERAL ELECTION
Tuesday, November 8, 2022

I Vote for My Family is a nonpartisan initiative to promote civic participation and education.

MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD, TAKE ACTION!

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Candidates Profiles
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Voter Registration Requirements

To vote in the November 8th General Election, you must:
  • Be a U.S. Citizen and Resident of Nebraska

  • Be 18 years or older on or before Tuesday, November 8, 2022

  • Register to vote by Friday, October 21, 2022

​The process to register takes less than five minutes.
 
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You can download the Early Voting Ballot (EVB) Application and print it, or we can deliver one to you.
All requests must be submitted in writing with the voter's signature.
The deadlines to request EVBs for the General Election is Friday, October 28, 2022.
 
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Vote from the comfort of your home and relax.
No need to go outside. No waiting in line.
Just fill in your ballot and make your voice heard!
Drop boxes are available during the period of early voting (35 days prior to each statewide Primary and General Election, 22 days prior to an All-mail Special Election, and 15 days prior to a Polling Place Special Election).
 
The drop boxes will accept early voting ballots up until the close of polls on election day (8:00 p.m. for Polling Place Elections and 5:00 p.m. for All-mail Elections).


The drop boxes are located at:
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There are four easy ways to return your voted ballot:
  1. Send the envelope by mail
  2. Drop it off at your local Election Commission office
  3. Use the drop boxes in your county (check below for the drop boxes locations)
  4. Contact the Heartland Workers Center to pick it up
Make sure the envelope has your information (Full Name and Address). Don’t forget to add postage (if returning by mail) and sign the envelope.

Drop boxes locations

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  • City/County Building
    Located: Between 18th & 19th on Farnam near sidewalk 1819 Farnam Street, Omaha

  • South Omaha Library
    Relocated: East side parking lot 2808 Q Street, Omaha

  • Charles B. Washington Branch Library
    Located: Southwest corner of building 2868 Ames Avenue, Omaha

  • Clarkson College Parking Lot 8
    Located: Northwest corner, east side of parking lot 42nd & Farnam St, Omaha

  • Goodwill
    Located: Southwest end of parking lot, near 4805 N 72nd St, Omaha

  • Ralston Police Department
    Located: Southwest corner of building 7400 Main Street, Ralston

  • Asian Market
    Located: West end of parking lot 321 N 76th St, Omaha

  • Milton R. Abrahams Branch Library
    Located: South of main entrance 5111 N 90th Street, Omaha

  • Douglas County Engineer's Office
    Located: Near sidewalk by parking stalls
    15505 W Maple Road, Omaha

  • Millard Public Schools Foundation
    Located: Northwest corner of building, end of sidewalk 5225 South 159th Avenue, Omaha

  • Spring Ridge Shopping Center
    Located: On median when entering at 178th St, next to post office box 178th & Pacific St, Omaha

  • Bess Johnson Elkhorn Branch Library
    Located: Northeast corner of building 2100 Reading Plaza, Elkhorn

How do I vote on Election Day?

Polls open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. CST.
 

Request Printed Forms

 
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Let us know how many Voting Registration Forms and/or Early Voting Ballot Applications you need, and we will deliver the forms to your front door.

You can also download and print the forms at your home.
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We will let you know when you will get your forms!

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