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
Can Nebraska break its all-time general-election record of over 860,000 votes cast? We’re off to a fast start.
Nebraska outpaced the national average, surpassed 2010’s effort, and finished fourth among U.S. states and territories in self-responding to the 2020 U.S. Census.
Melissa Garcia reflects on a pre-pandemic trip to Panama, and lessons from indigenous peoples in an era of disruption and change.
As the most connected humans in history, it’s important to understand how we get information is just as, if not more, significant than the core message.