Vote Blue

Primary Election Day is

May 12, 2020

Democrats welcome Independents to vote in all of our Primary elections.

The Republican Party does NOT.

Just ask for a Democratic ballot when you vote!

voting by mail

The deadline to request a vote-by-mail ballot was May 1st

May 12, 2020 is the last day your Vote-By-Mail ballot can be received by the Scotts Bluff County Election Office — you can drop it off by this date or ensure you leave plenty of time if mailing from home or the post office.

If you applied for a Vote-by-Mail ballot, it will be mailed to you. After you submit your ballot, you can track the status of your ballot to make sure your vote was counted.

All the Democratic candidates are listed on the NDP website so you will know the Democrats in the non-partisan races.

voting at the polls

Find your polling location here.

Plan to Vote in 3 Easy Steps

There are three ways to register to vote (online, in person and by mail) and three ways to cast your ballot (early at your county election office, by mail or in person at your polling location on election day).

  1. Register to vote online. You can also change your party affiliation and change your address. Democrats allow Independents to vote in our primary.
  2. Add the election dates — May 12th (primary) and November 3rd (general)— and your polling location to your calendar now. Adding the dates and location to vote will help remind you where and when you need to be on these two critical dates.
  3. To vote by mail, complete your Vote-By-Mail application and send the application into your county election office. Voting by mail is easy and secure. Your ballot will be mailed to you.