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New blog provides information on 2022 election in Nebraska | Announce

Grace Carey, a freshman from Bellevue, Nebraska, votes in her first election on November 3, 2020.

The Huskers Vote Coalition blog ‘Civic Notes’ is a non-partisan source for UNL students that keeps up to date with current voting topics and questions so you feel empowered no matter how you plan to vote in the next election. New messages are published monthly.

In April, get information on key dates, steps to vote by mail, and understand the roles and responsibilities of elected offices in the 2022 ballot across the state of Nebraska.
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Key dates for the 2022 election in Nebraska

Get information on key dates related to the 2022 primary election (May 10) and 2022 general election (November 8)

Click here to know more

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Decoding the Nebraska 2022 Ballot

Gain an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of elected officials on the ballots for the 2022 primary (May 10) and general (November 8) elections in Nebraska.

Click here to know more

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How to vote by mail?

Mail-in voting is designed to make voting accessible to anyone who cannot get to their polling place on Election Day or anyone who prefers not to vote in person. Some states require an excuse to vote by mail while others allow anyone to do so.

Click here to know more

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What are my voting rights?

A fundamental tenet of democracy is fair voting, and America has prioritized fair voting for all of its citizens. Your rights as a voter are protected by many laws, and knowing them before you go to the polls can help your vote count.

Click here to know more

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FOR MORE INFORMATION

Click here to get additional voting resources

Click here to learn more about the steps to serve as a Vote Ambassador and join the Coalition.

Contact Andrew Brown at andrew.brown@unl.edu for more information.

More details on: https://involved.unl.edu/huskers-vote-coalition