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The Election Commissioner is appointed by the Governor. The Governor appoints Election Commissioners for a four-year term in counties with a population larger than 100,000. Currently, Todd Wiltgen serves as Lancaster County Election Commissioner. His current term ends on September 6, 2023.
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The Election Commissioner is located at:601 N 46th StreetLincoln, NE 68503-3720
View the office location.
To vote in elections, persons must be:
For more information about registering to vote please visit the Voter Registration page.
No. You may vote by early/absentee ballot. Learn more on the Early / Absentee Voting page.
Residents may register to vote in person at the Election Commissioner's Office, by mail or online. Voters changing address, name, or party affiliation must re-register. For more information, see the Voter Registration page.
You can change your political party affiliation by completing a new voter registration application and selecting your new affiliation. This can be done online, by mail or in person at the Election Office. For more information visit the Voter Registration page.
The next scheduled election is listed on the main page of the Election Commissioner website. Currently, the next scheduled election is the Statewide Primary on May 14, 2024.
A list of the offices up for election will be posted on the specific election page after the offices are certified by each political subdivision.
Candidates filing for local office will file at the Lancaster County Election Commissioner's Office, located at:601 N 46th StreetLincoln, NE 68503-3720
For State offices, candidates file with the Election Division of the Nebraska Secretary of State located at:301 S 13th St, Suite 410Lincoln, NE 68508