The city elections happening in Lincoln and Omaha have huge impacts for all of us. It is critical to vote in order to show our grassroots power in the streets and at the polls. We have cards below you can print out or save on your phone so you know who the Democrats are on the ballot!
May 2 in Lincoln
May 9 in Omaha
Donate to Help All Democrats:
If you do not live in Lincoln or Omaha, we need volunteers to knock doors or make calls! Choose a candidate you support and contact them to get involved.
We must win these elections to show power and momentum for statewide elections in 2018—that is when we will take on Sen. Fischer, Gov. Ricketts and many State Legislative races. Show up in 2017 to show our blue power!
Basic Voter Info
Omaha general election date: May 9, 2017 (Early Voting and Vote By Mail starts April 24)
Lincoln general election date: May 2, 2017 (Early Voting and Vote By Mail starts April 17)
Polls on Election Day are open 8am-8pm.
If you live in Omaha, the grassroots group Black Votes Matter gives rides to the polls, just call 402-575-0144.
OMAHA: Get info on how to register to vote, vote by mail or change your party affiliation: http://www.votedouglascounty.com/index.aspx
LINCOLN: Get info on how to register to vote, vote by mail or change your party: http://www.lancaster.ne.gov/election/
Zachary James, Airport Authority
Kathy Danek, School Board, Re-Election
Barb Baier, School Board, Re-Election
Don Mayhew, School Board, Re-Election
Pete Festersen, City Council, Ward 1, Re-Election
Ben Gray, City Council, Ward 2, Re-Election
Chris Jerram, City Council, Ward 3, Re-Election