Nebraska’s Primary Election is just days away, and Nebraska Family Alliance is here to equip you with everything you need to know about voting requirements and the candidates who will appear on your ballot with our personalized voter guide!


This will be the state’s first election with a voter ID law. In 2022, voters overwhelmingly approved a constitutional amendment to require photo identification when voting. You must bring a valid photo ID with you to the polls in order to cast your ballot. 

There are many options for what you can use as an ID, and it can even be expired. Options include a Nebraska driver’s license or state ID, U.S. passport, military ID, tribal ID, hospital, assisted-living facility, or nursing home record, and even a Nebraska college or university ID. 

Keep in mind that birth certificates, Medicare or Medicaid cards, out-of-state driver’s licenses and college IDs, Social Security cards, Costco cards, utility bills, bank statements, and voter registration cards cannot be used as your voter ID. 

If you forget to bring your ID on Election Day, you can submit a provisional ballot at your polling precinct. For that ballot to count, you’ll need to bring your ID to your county election office on or before Tuesday, May 21, 2024.


Nebraska Family Alliance surveyed over 100 state and federal candidates on important issues like abortion, girls’ sports, school choice, comprehensive sex education, parental rights, gambling, marijuana, and more, so you could make an informed decision in the Primary Election. Take some time to research the candidates with our personalized, nonpartisan voter guide before you head to the polls, and vote your values. For local races, find a sample ballot on your county’s election website.

You can make an even bigger impact on the outcome of the election by sharing our voter guide with your networks and praying that truth and discernment will prevail. By encouraging your friends and family to vote for the candidates you support, you can multiply your vote and help elect candidates who will uphold family values, defend religious freedom, and protect life in Nebraska for generations to come.


The polls will be open on Tuesday, May 14th, from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM CT (7:00 AM to 7:00 PM MT), and each voter must cast their ballot at their assigned polling precinct (unless you live in one of the eleven counties that conduct elections completely by mail). State election law allows you to bring our voter guide into the booth with you!

If you have an absentee ballot but haven’t returned it yet, consider dropping it off instead. All mail-in ballots must be in possession of the clerk or commissioner by 8:00 PM CT (7:00 PM MT) on May 14th. Absentee ballots received after this deadline will not be counted even if the postmark date is before May 14th. Take your ballot to your county’s election office to drop it off in person.

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Nebraska Family Alliance exists to advance family, freedom and life by influencing policy, mobilizing prayer, and empowering people.