Voting Rights Advocates, or VRAs, are our advocacy superstars. They’re the committed volunteers who devote time each month to building relationships in their communities and with their elected officials to advance pro-voter policies.
Voting Rights Advocates have access to special policy news and updates from Civic Nebraska, along with exclusive training, resources, and information to help build relationships with legislators and staff. Sign up to become an Advocate and we will connect you with your nearest Civic Nebraska Voting Rights Advocate chapter — or help you start your own.
1) Sign up to be a Voting Rights Advocate.
Join the growing number of Nebraskans in the fight for voting rights.
Advocate for yourself first. Before going any further, make certain that you, your family, and your friends are registered to vote (and that registrations are current).
3) Get your Advocate resources.
Latest Voting Rights News
From Feb. 1 to June 1, 2021, Collective Impact Lincoln will offer neighbors in six focus neighborhoods mini-grants for local neighborhood improvement projects.
Senators introduced 684 bills and 31 resolutions in the first 10 days of this long session, 29 of which have at least something to do with elections and voting.
This spring, the CommUNITY Lincoln Student Film Festival will highlight and showcase students’ voices and provide a creative outlet to tell their pandemic stories.
The right of Nebraskans to elect state and county officials must be jealously protected. No amount of time spent in error alleviates the urgency with which we must bring these statutes into alignment with the plain language of the state Constitution and restore voters’ rights to elect the people who run their elections.