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Clerks scramble to find poll workers amid COVID-19 concerns

Polls to be open May 12, absentee ballot applications sent to all voters

 

The process may be a little different for the May 12 Primary Election in Nebraska, but registered voters in the state will still have the opportunity for in-person voting.

During a recent press conference, Governor Pete Ricketts announced the primary election will continue as scheduled. Ricketts emphasized that fulfilling the state's duty to carry out elections is vital to the health of the democratic republic.

Nebraska Secretary of State Bob Evnen confirmed polling sites will be open for Nebraskans who prefer to vote in person on Election Day. He said the state will provide sanitation kit...



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