Local elections matter.
We have the opportunity this spring to elect city officials who fight to expand access to sexual and reproductive health care, invest in our communities, and prioritize public health. We must vote for the change our society, economy, and health care needs.
Nebraska is moving forward—in November, we proved that access to sexual and reproductive health care is a winning issue. But our health is still at stake.
Pledge to Vote for Progress
When you pledge, you'll receive updates about how, when, and where to vote, and the most up-to-date information regarding sexual and reproductive health care and the election.
Register to Vote
Check or update your voter registration online by March 19 (primary) or by April 16 (general).
Request Early Ballot
If you plan to vote by mail, request your mail-in ballot (also known as absentee or early ballot).
Find A Ballot Drop Box
Deliver your completed ballot to a drop box up until the close of polls (8:00 p.m.) on Election Day.
Find Polling Location
If you plan to vote in person on Election Day, find your polling location.