2022 NDP Voting Center

2022 Election Date: November 8



Step #1: Register to vote. The deadline to do so was Oct. 28.

Step #2: Decide which way you will vote. You have 3 options.

Option #1 Vote by Mail: How to get a ballot to vote by mail.

Option #2 Vote Early, In-Person: Starting on Oct. 11 and through Nov. 7, you can walk into your county election office during their regular office house and vote.

Option #3 Vote on Election Day: On November 8, head to your local polling location from 8am-8pm CT / 7am-7pm MT.

Step #3: Spread the word. It is not enough for us to vote. We need to help our friends and family make a plan to vote. Share this link to our Vote Center and share those #BallotSelfies to show your #NebDems pride!


  • Oct. 3 — Counties begin sending out vote-by-mail ballots (they continue doing so until Oct. 28)
  • Oct. 11 – First day of to vote early in-person at your county election office. Find your county election office
  • Oct. 21 – Deadline to mail your voter registration form or to complete the form online
  • Nov. 3 — Last day to mail your ballot to ensure it arrives in time (your county election office MUST have your ballot by 8pm on Nov. 8)
  • Nov. 8 — Vote at your polling location (if you did not vote early or vote by mail). Find your polling station.


For any problems or questions about voting:

National Voter Assistance hotline number 833-336-8683.

Email the NDP info@nebraskademocrats.org.

Call the NDP 402-434-2180.


All 93 counties have drop-boxes outside their courthouses or election commission offices. Find your county election office.

Douglas County has multiple drop-boxes to make it easy and convenient. Find the Douglas drop-boxes here.

Sarpy County has multiple drop-boxes to make it easy and convenient. Find the Sarpy drop-boxes here.

Eleven Nebraska counties conduct all-mail elections: Boone, Cedar, Cherry, Clay, Dawes, Dixon, Garden, Knox, Merrick, Morrill and Stanton. If you live in one of those counties and are registered to vote, a ballot will be automatically sent to you.

The following counties have all vote-by-mail in just selected precincts: Cuming, Hamilton, Harlan, Nance, Phelps, Richardson, Thayer and Wayne. Contact your local election office for details.


Track your mail-in ballot.

Request a Vote-By-Mail application to be sent to you.

Check to see if you are registered to vote at the right address.

Find your polling place  (where you go on Election Day to vote, we encourage you to vote from home).

Find your County Election office to vote early in-person or to drop your ballot off.

Spanish Versions of Election Forms.

Sample ballots and other FAQ.

Nebraska Election Protection Program


You need to apply to vote by mail. Voting by mail is safe, easy, secure and allows you to avoid lines and bad weather.

Make sure you complete your Vote By Mail application by Oct. 28 so it gets back to your county election office in time for them to send you a ballot.


You can vote early by just walking into your County Election Office starting on Oct. 11, 2022. Here is a list of the Clerk/Election Commission offices in each county. Most of the offices are open 9-5pm, Mon-Fri.

  • Oct. 11 – First day of in-person early voting for the Nov. 8 general election.
  • Nov. 7 – Last day of in-person early voting for the Nov. 8 general election.


Democrats Abroad help Nebraskans living overseas vote. Get all the information you need to vote abroad here.


From the NE SOS office: “Voters with disabilities can use the accessible ballot marking device to vote early by scheduling an appointment with their County Election Office.


Nebraska law ensures that people who have served time can have their right to vote restored after a two-year period following the successful completion of their sentence, including probation.

You can read all the background on voting rights for formerly incarcerated people here.


Poll Worker

If you would like to become a poll worker for the election, contact your county election office.

They will then send you information on training and how to register for this paid position in your county.

Time requirements are a training class, which varies in time by county, usually 1-2 hours and then working the day of the election 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. CT.

We want to caution that only those without underlying health issues should consider this option since you will be in contact with various people during the day.

We strongly encourage volunteers to sign up for to be a Poll Watcher which will give you more ability to socially distance.

Poll Watcher

The NDP is asking as many of our supporters as possible to sign up to be a Poll Watcher. Civic Nebraska, a non-partisan group, is seeking individuals to volunteer as non-partisan election observers. Observers act in a passive role, monitoring elections and the polling places, reporting back to Civic Nebraska their observations, particularly instances of concern.

As part of their observations, election observers gather data on how elections are ran from one county to the next and record any irregularities or differing treatment of voters based on geography.

Volunteers will also check to see if polling places are ADA compliant. This information is shared with local county election officials and state election officials to identify areas of success and improvement and pursue future legislative initiatives to improve the voter’s experience.

If you are interested in becoming a poll watcher, fill out this form from Civic Nebraska and they will train you and then place you at a polling location.

Note to Non-Partisan (Independent) Voters

During the primary elections, the NDP allows non-partisan voters to ask for a full Democratic ballot whether they are voting in person at their polling location or on their Vote-By-Mail application. When you ask for a Democratic ballot you see ALL of the Democratic candidates for  U.S. House, governor and other partisan races. The Republican Party does not allow non-partisan voters to take a full Republican ballot — meaning you do not get to engage on races like president, governor and sheriff. However, federal law does require all political parties to allow non-partisan voters to engage in U.S. Senate and U.S. House primary races.