Nerbaska Early Voting Registration Deadline

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Friday, Oct 23, 2020 4:00pm - 5:00pm

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What's happening?

You can use this form to apply for an early voting ballot to be mailed to you:
Early Voting Form       Votación Temprana

Applications must be physically signed. You can take a picture or scan your request and email it to your county election official. You can also mail or fax your application to your county election office.

Early Voting Dates & Deadlines:

July 6, 2020:   First day to accept early voting ballot request for the general election.
September 28, 2020:   Early voting ballots begin to be mailed out.
October 5, 2020: Early voting in county election offices begin.
October 23, 2020:    Last day to request a ballot to be mailed to you.
November 2, 2020:  Last day to vote early in county election office.
November 3, 2020:  Election Day

7 PM CT (6 PM MT) - Deadline for another person to pick up an early voting ballot on your behalf.
8 PM CT (7 PM MT) - Mailed and in-person early voting ballots must be RECEIVED by county election office.

Check the status of your early voting ballot on Votercheck.


Nebraska is a “no-excuse” state, meaning any registered voter may request an early-voting (absentee) ballot, and is not required to provide a reason.

How to Apply.

You can apply for an early-voting ballot by contacting your county election office in person, by mail or by fax. You can print an online early-voting application, complete the form, and then mail, fax or scan/take a picture of your application and email it to your county election office. The last day for an early-voting application to be received is 6 p.m. on the second Friday preceding the election.

Time Frame for Voting.

All county election offices will accept early-voting applications up to 120 days prior to a statewide primary, general election or special election. However, regular early-voting ballots are not sent out or voted until at least 35 days before a primary or general election and 15 days prior to all other elections. All early-voting ballots whether delivered in person, by mail or by other carrier must arrive by the close of polls on the day of the election.

Voting in Person.

You can vote early in-person at your county election office for a period prior to an election (30 days prior to a primary or general election and 15 days for all other elections). The day before the election is the last day to vote early in person.


View the Nebraska Early-Voting Application.

The early-voting application should be sent to your county election office. View contact information for Nebraska county election offices.

If you are from out of state and not registered in Nebraska, visit the National Association of Secretaries of State's website to find the contact information for your state.

For more, visit the Nebraska Secretary of State's website here

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