Did You Know? Douglas County Voters Can Return Early Ballots via Anytime Dropboxes

In the run-up to the 2018 election, we’re posting quick facts about voting to help you get out and go vote, Omaha! 

Today’s fact: If you have an early-voting ballot and are a Douglas County voter, you can return that ballot by mail or drop it off at any of the following locations. You can do this any time between April 16 and May 14.

Learn more about the primary through our quick guide to voting.

Downtown Omaha
City/County Building
Located: Between 18th & 19th on Farnam, near sidewalk
1819 Farnam Street, Omaha

South Omaha
South Omaha Library
Located: Southwest corner of building
2808 Q Street, Omaha

North Omaha
Charles B. Washington Branch Library
Located: Southwest corner of building
2868 Ames Avenue, Omaha

Ralston Police Department
Located: Southwest corner of building
7400 Main Street, Ralston

Northwest Omaha
Milton R. Abrahams Branch Library
Located: South of main entrance
5111 N 90th Street, Omaha

West Omaha 
Douglas County Election Commission
Located: South of main entrance
225 N 115th Street, Omaha
Drive-Up Box, Located: South side of median
Davenport Street between 114th & 115th, Omaha

Douglas County Engineer’s Office
Located: Near sidewalk by parking stalls
15505 W Maple Road, Omaha

Millard Public Schools Foundation
Located: Northwest corner of building
5225 South 159th Avenue, Omaha

Bess Johnson Elkhorn Branch Library
Located: Northeast corner of building
2100 Reading Plaza, Elkhorn

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