Omaha-metro politicians had to get in line Tuesday morning to cast their ballots.
Gov. Pete Ricketts waited about 20 to 25 minutes to cast his vote near UNO this morning, and Rep. Don Bacon, voting in Papillion, joined other local voters to make their midterm Election Day picks.
Last week, election officials in Douglas and Sarpy counties were predicting high voter turnout for this election, though a UNO study says final numbers could be affected by the turnout among younger voters .
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