In-person early voting began Monday in the state of Nebraska.
The Douglas County Election office is seeing a steady stream of people coming in to cast their votes early. Early voting continues through May 9th, one day before the May 10th primary election. If you don't vote in person, your absentee ballot must be received by April 22nd. Douglas County Election office spokesperson Valerie Stoj says there are other deadlines voters should know about, including voter registration. "It's still an opportunity for voters to get their registration updated. April 22 is the last day people can do that online at the DMV by mail people have until May 2 Monday at 6 to do that in person."
So far, 29,879 ballot requests across the state have been submitted. More than 2,000 have been returned.