The number of elections in Nebraska varies by year. Nebraska has a gubernatorial election every four years. Members of the state's United States congressional delegation run for election or re-election at the times set out in the United States Constitution. Primary elections assist in choosing political parties' nominees for various positions. On a regional basis, elections also cover municipal issues. In addition, a special election can occur at any time.
In a 2020 study, Nebraska was ranked as the 22nd easiest state for citizens to vote in.
Voter Qualifications edit
To register to vote in Nebraska, each applicant must be a citizen of the United States, a resident of the Nebraska county in which they are registering, and at least 18 years old by the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November. Citizens are eligible to register to vote on January 1 of the year they will turn 18 before the November general election. Individuals who have been convicted of a felony are ineligible to register to vote until two years after the terms of their sentence have been completed, and individuals who have been declared mentally incompetent by a court are ineligible to register to vote.
Recent Elections edit
- 2022 gubernatorial election
- 2018 gubernatorial election
- 2014 gubernatorial election
- 2010 gubernatorial election
- 2006 gubernatorial election
- 2002 gubernatorial election
See also edit
- J. Pomante II, Michael; Li, Quan (15 Dec 2020). "Cost of Voting in the American States: 2020". Election Law Journal: Rules, Politics, and Policy. 19 (4): 503–509. doi:10.1089/elj.2020.0666. S2CID 225139517.
- "Nebraska Voter Registration Background". Nebraska Secretary of State. 2019-09-30. Retrieved 2021-09-28.
- "Felon Voting Rights". Nebraska Secretary of State. 2019-09-27. Retrieved 2021-09-28.
- Heltzel, Kate, ed. (2018). Nebraska Blue Book (PDF) (54th ed.). p. 411.