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Our Chance for Change

The Nebraska we envision is only possible if we vote for candidates at every level of public office who push for change and fight for our sexual and reproductive health care needs. Our elected officials decide how to spend millions of dollars a year, make crucial decisions on investing in our communities, and repeatedly vote on access and support for sexual and reproductive health care. 

2020 is our chance to change. If we vote our values, we can move Nebraska forward. 

Register to vote

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Request your early ballot

If you plan to vote by mail, requst your early ballot (also known as absentee ballot). 

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Find your polling location

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Eliot Bostar — LD 29

"I am proud to be the only PPAN-endorsed candidate in this race. I will champion access to high quality and affordable health care and the protection of reproductive rights for all Nebraskans at the Unicameral."

Jen Day — LD 49

"It's important to me to ensure that all Nebraskans have access to health care, no matter what."

Allison Heimes — LD 39

"The health care decisions involving a woman’s body need to be carefully considered by a woman and her doctor. Planned Parenthood makes sure women have all the information necessary to make decisions that best suit them."

Sheryl Lindau — LD 17

"I support a woman's right to control her own reproductive health."

Terrell McKinney — LD 11

"As a father, son, and brother, it is important to me that I stand with women and protect their sexual and reproductive rights."

Stephany Pleasant — LD 25

"Access to health care is more critical than it's ever been. My real-life experience needing affordable health care gives me an understanding of how valuable services like Planned Parenthood are to our community."

Brodey Weber — LD 21

"I’m running for legislature to ensure that every person has access to affordable quality health care."

Important Dates

  • October 5: Early voting begins. 
  • October 16: Deadline to register to vote online.
  • October 23: Deadline to request early/absentee ballot. Deadline to register to vote in person.
  • November 2: Last day to vote early in person at county election office. 
  • November 3: Election Day! Early ballots must be received by your county election office by 8 p.m. CT

Vote Safely

If you vote in person, keep yourself and others safe:

  • Maintain a social distance of six feet.
  • Wear a mask.
  • Wash your hands thoroughly after touching shared surfaces.
  • Bring your own ballpoint pen if possible.
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