It's here! The polls opened for midterm Election Day at 8 a.m. Tuesday.
You've done your homework, studied up, and know the names you're going to choose. The chance to vote early or by mail has come and gone, but you can still vote at your local polling place (or drop off your ballot at a designated drop box in certain counties) until 8 p.m. Tuesday — 9 p.m., if you're an Iowa voter.
Have questions? Start here for answers about required ID, whether you're entitled to take time off work, and what to do if you're turned away at your polling place.
Need to check the weather? We have you covered there, too.
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For local election questions, start here:
- Find your polling place
- Sample ballots
- Ballot drop-box locations will accept early voting ballots up until 8 p.m. Tuesday.
- How to contact Douglas County election officials
- Find your polling place | List of polling places | PDF
- Sample ballots
- Ballot drop-box locations are located in Papillion, Bellevue, and Gretna.
- How to contact Sarpy County election officials
State voter info
- Nebraska voters from any county in the state can also check their registration status, poll information, and much more with the VoterCheck online tool.
- Iowa voters can find voter information on the Secretary of State website.
Need a ride?
There's several ways to get to your polling place on the cheap, or even free.
Proud to cast your vote today? Show us your "I voted" stickers, and tag us — 3NewsNow on Facebook and Instagram, and @3NewsNowOmaha on Twitter — in your selfies with the hashtag #iVoted. Just make sure you know the state laws about where you can take those photos.