Simple ballot? Our primary guide for nonpartisans (and partisans)

Nebraska has 247,000-plus voters registered as nonpartisan. Here's the official Civic Nebraska guide to how primary ballots work for May 15 for nonpartisans -- and for all registered voters.


Primary elections in Nebraska can be confusing, especially for the nearly 250,000 registered non-partisans in the Cornhusker State. Here’s how ballot business goes down for the state’s May 15 primary.

Non-partisan primary voting in Nebraska

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Mary Andrews
6 years ago

Bless you, Civic Nebraska! I’ve been frustrated over the years, unable to vote in primaries. This time, I am totally voting — nonpartisan Democratic ballot.


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