Your Vote, Your Voice
BE A VOTER
Local elections matter. Voting isn’t just about choosing who represents us in the White House—it’s about determining who we want to lead our local communities—and every vote counts. Whether you’re mailing in your ballot or heading to the polls to vote in person, plan ahead and vote! A voting plan is exactly that—figuring out how and when you vote. Making a voting plan early will help to avoid running into any challenges later. If we’ve learned anything from the past couple of years—it’s that we need to be prepared and plan ahead!
Primary Election: May 10
General Election: November 8
Monday, May 2
Last day to register in-person to vote in the May 10 Primary Election. Register by 6 pm.
Last day to mail in your early ballot (must be postmarked by May 2).
Tuesday, October 11
First day to vote early in-person in the Nov. 8 General Election.
Friday, October 21
Last day to register online to vote in the Nov. 8 General Election. Register by 11:59 pm CDT.
Last day to mail in a voter registration application for the Nov. 8 General Election (must be postmarked by Oct. 21).
Last day to mail in an early mail-in ballot AND a voter registration application for the Nov. 8 General Election (must be postmarked by Oct. 21).
Are you eligible to vote in Nebraska?
You must meet the following requirements:
- Must be a U.S. Citizen.
- Must be 18 years old on Election Day.
- Must live in the state of Nebraska.
- Must be registered to vote.
*If you were convicted of a felony, your voting rights are restored after two years. See here for more information.
It is part of the mission of the Women’s Fund of Omaha to support initiatives that improve the lives of metropolitan area women and girls. We work to support the development of women as leaders in our community, and we are intentional about creating a community that builds safe and affirming spaces to empower women of all identities. Efforts to encourage the civic engagement of women in our community is simply an extension of our mission, priorities and values. When women are empowered to have a greater voice in the electoral process, they can mobilize to build a community where every women and girl has the opportunity to reach their full potential.
The Women’s Fund of Omaha is a nonpartisan nonprofit organization and does not engage in any activities in support or opposition of any specific candidates or political parties or any activities that are intended to influence the outcome of a candidate election.