In Nebraska, people previously convicted of a felony must wait an additional two years past the completion of their sentence – including probation and parole – to vote. It’s time for that to change.
›› Grand Island:
We are grateful to our partners and volunteers for educating voters on the costs, complications, and consequences of Initiative 432.
As Election Day progressed on Tuesday, Civic Nebraska worked with voters and election officials to remedy a number of concerns in Lancaster, Douglas, and Buffalo counties.