The LWVGO urges voters to vote YES on Amendment 1 and YES on Initiative 428. The League does not take a position on Amendment 2 or Initiatives 429, 430 & 431. For information on the Amendments and Initiatives we suggest these sources:
The League of Women Voters does not include Judges in our Voters Guide or Vote411.org portal. We suggest consulting the resources of the Nebraska Judicial Branch and the Nebraska State Bar Association for information on judicial retention questions on your ballot.
Voters’ Guide to Nebraska’s Judicial Retention Elections
2020 Judicial Retention Election
Nebraska State Bar Association (NSBA) 2020 Judicial Performance Evaluation
In order to meet the needs of voters, Douglas and Sarpy county have added new drop boxes. Douglas County now has 13 drop boxes and Sarpy County has 6 drop boxes. Depositing election related materials into official drop boxes is the most direct method to return documents to the Election Commission. No postage is needed and drop boxes are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in Douglas and Sarpy counties. For a list of drop boxes, on the website menu, go Voting Resources – Drop Box Locations.
You can see candidate forums for Legislative Districts seats, Douglas County Commissioners and Omaha Public Schools Board of Education now on Go Vote Omaha. Forums will be posted through September 30. Go Vote Omaha is the LWVGO’s show on YouTube that is also shown on KPAO (COX 22/CenturyLink 89). To watch a forum, click here.