Voters in the City of Omaha have until Monday, April 5th, at 5 p.m. for in-person early voting in the municipal primary election.
Early voters with ballots have until polls close on April 6th at 8 p.m. to drop their ballots off at various drop boxes, or at the Douglas County Election Commission office.
The Election Commission office is at 12220 West Center Road in Omaha (at the northwest corner of 120th and Center Streets in Bel Air Plaza)
The Election Commission office has also extended its hours this Saturday, April 3rd, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for early voting.
The ballot drop box locations:
City/County Building: 1819 Farnam Street
South Omaha Library: 2808 Q Street
Charles B. Washington Library: 2868 Ames Avenue
Clarkson College Parking Lot 8: 42nd and Farnam Street
Goodwill: 4805 N 72nd Street
Ralston Police Department: 7400 Main Street, Ralston
Asian Market: 321 N 76th Street
Milton R. Abrahams Library: 5111 N 90th Street
Douglas County Election Commission: 12220 W Center Road
Douglas County Engineer’s Office: 15505 W Maple Road
Millard Public Schools Foundation: 5225 S 159th Avenue
Spring Ridge Shopping Center: 178th and Pacific Street
Bess Johnson Elkhorn Library: 2100 Reading Plaza, Elkhorn
Voters who have returned their early voting ballot may check its status (accepted or rejected) by visiting www.votedouglascounty.com
On the home page under Shortcuts, select “Vote Early By Mail” and then “Early Voting Ballot Status Check.” This will redirect you to the Nebraska Secretary of State’s voter check page.
Voters must provide first name, last name, and county to match the voter registration, click “Look Up,” and then provide their date of birth.
If the ballot was rejected, the voter should call the Election Commission at (402) 444-VOTE (8683) to learn if the issue may be resolved.
All registered voters who reside within the City of Omaha boundaries are eligible to vote in the Primary on Tuesday, April 6th, 2021.
Voters may confirm their information, such as political districts and polling place, as well as view their sample ballot, by visiting the website and entering their house number and zip code in the “Find Your Voting Information” area.
Voters may also call the Election Commission at (402) 444-VOTE (8683) during business hours (Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.).