How do you register to vote?
1. Online: You can register to vote, update your address and change your party all on one site–also avail in spanish: https://www.nebraska.gov/apps-sos-voter-registration/
2. Paper: Fill out this form and mail it back in–also avail in spanish: https://sos.nebraska.gov/elections/registering-vote
3. Verify: Make sure you are registered at the right address (or when ballots get mailed if you are voting from home, you can also use this site to track your ballot): https://www.votercheck.necvr.ne.gov/voterview
How do I find my polling place?
Lancaster County Election Commissioner
601 N. 46th St. Lincoln, NE 68503 | (402) 441-7311
The secretary of state serves as Nebraska’s chief election officer. Working with election officials in the state’s 93 counties, the Elections Division oversees election law, the conduct of elections in the state, election tabulation equipment and the state voter registration system. The division accepts candidate filings and tabulates results for statewide, legislative, judicial retention and certain district elections.
See Nebraska Democratic Party, state elected officials: Frequently Asked Questions.
If you’re a registered Democrat interested in running for office in Lancaster County, please email [email protected] for info.
League of Women Voters Money in Politics.