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Did you know you must register again if you moved since last election?

April 30 is the last day for Online voter registration and Postmark deadline for voter registration by Mail.

May 4 at 6 pm is the last day for in-person voter registration at your County Election office.

PRIMARY ELECTION DAY – TUESDAY, MAY 15

Polls open 8 am Central Daylight Time, 7 am Mountain Daylight Time

    Polls close 8 pm Central Daylight Time, 7 pm Mountain Daylight Time 

ENDORSEMENTS

The Nebraska Democratic Women’s Caucus met in North Platte on April 7, 2018. The voting membership received a report and recommendations from the Endorsements Committee and voted to endorse the following additional candidates* for the May 15 Primary Election:

Jessica McClure, United States Congress, 1st Congressional District

Christa Yoakum, Nebraska Public Service Commission, District 1

Mina Davis and Megan Hunt (co-endorsement), Nebraska Legislature, District 8

Deborah Neary, Nebraska State Board of Education, District 8

Diane Battiato, Douglas County Assessor/Register of Deeds

*Patty Pansing Brooks for Nebraska Legislature, District 28, and Jane Raybould for United States Senate were endorsed in prior 2017/2018 meetings. 

 

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TAKE ACTION

Monitor issues in federal, state and local government. Influence elected officials and other decision-makers through lobbying and grassroots activities. Volunteer and support State and County Democratic Parties and endorsed Democrats seeking office. Work with other constituency groups that share and support our Nebraska Democratic Women’s Caucus Mission and Philosophy.

 

 

The mission of our organization is to inspire, recruit, support, train and help fund progressive women in the Democratic party to increase the numbers of women in the electoral process and in elected and appointed positionsThe mission of our organization is to inspire, recruit, support, train and help fund progressive women in the Democratic party to increase the numbers of women in the electoral process and in elected and appointed positions