Nebraska Voter Registration ProcessAdmin
If the voter wishes to vote in the primary election, where parties their nominees for state and county offices, you need to declare your party affiliation. If you register without a political party affiliation, you will receive only the non- partisan ballots at primary and receive partisan ballots for the Senate and House congressional races.
Voters may choose from one of the three statewide parties currently recognized in Nebraska: Democratic, Republican and Libertarian or they may choose to not affiliate with any party by checking the non- partisan box on the application.Sponsored Links:
- The age should be at least 18 years on or before the first Tuesday after the first Monday by November.
- Must be a United States citizen
- Must live in the state of Nebraska, you may register to vote the same day you become a resident of the state of Nebraska
- Must not have been officially found to be mentally incompetent
- Have not been convicted of a felony or, if convicted, it has been at least two years since completion of the sentence for the felony, including any parole term.
- If the voter register for the first time in Nebraska by mail, please provide a copy of a current and valid photo ID
- A copy of utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck or other government documents which is a dated 60 days immediately before the date of the presentation showing some name and residence address provided on the voter registration application.
- Now this process of voter application has updated to Online Voter Registration
- Nebraska voter registration application is available at:
- Local country clerk/ Election Commissioners office
- Department of motor vehicles when applying for or renewing your driver’s license.
- Public assistance agencies
- May be available at banks, post offices, and libraries
- Contact your Country Clerk for faxing options.