Polling places are changing for the upcoming Lincoln City Election

LINCOLN, Neb. (COLOGNE) – Polling locations in nine upcoming Lincoln primary and general election districts are changing to make it more convenient for voters.

Lancaster County Election Commissioner Todd Wiltgen announced Thursday the changes at nine polling locations that will affect about 9,000 of the 172,000 voters in the Lincoln area. Wiltgen said that with 198 precincts in Lancaster County, they are constantly evaluating polling locations to make sure they have the most suitable locations.

Wiltgen said Madonna Proactive, The Legacy and Emerald Nursing & Rehab Brookside were voting locations before the COVID-19 pandemic and were temporarily relocated because they accommodate vulnerable populations.

Affected voters will be notified of the recent changes by mail and should expect to receive forms in the coming days, according to Wiltgen.

Polling stations with the following changes:

New polling station

  • 5 C-3 New Visions United Methodist Church, 1610 S 11th St, 68502
  • 7 A City Impact, 1035 N 33rd St, 68503
  • 7 D-2 City Impact, 1035 N 33rd St, 68503
  • 9 H-6 Madonna Proactive, 7111 Stephanie Ln, 68516
  • 10 E-1 The Legacy, 5600 Pioneers Blvd, 68506
  • 10 E-8 Emerald Nursing and Rehab Brookside, 4735 S 54th St, 68516
  • 10 F-12 Gere Branch Library, 2400 S 56th St, 68506

Wiltgen said voters in Precincts 12 B-8 and 12 B-9 will be notified that their polling location on the Southeastern College campus will be moved from the Health Sciences Building to the main building.

Voters living in both Oak and Saltillo Precincts 2 who are eligible to vote in the City of Lincoln or Lincoln Public Schools elections will also be notified of their provisional polling location, according to Wiltgen.

As of Wednesday, more than 32,000 Lincoln voters had already requested early voting ballots, according to Wiltgen. All early voters must return their early ballots to the Office of Elections by mail or in the Office of Elections drop box no later than 8:00 PM on April 4, the day of the primary election.

To view your polling location, visit Nebraska voter information search website.

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