WAYNE – Incumbents had until mid-February and new filers March 1 to file for the May primary in Wayne County. Those dates have now passed and voters can start narrowing their focus on the local races.
According to a release from the Wayne County Clerk’s office, the Nebraska Primary is Tuesday, May 10.
Voter registration deadlines for the primary are Friday, April 22 being the last date voter registrations can be completed online, at the DMV or any state agency or postmarked. Also, Monday, May 2 is the last day for in-person voter registration. The courthouse will be open until 6 p.m. to register voters.
Primary election early voting deadlines include April 4 with ballots available for delivery by mail; April 11 with ballots available to be voted at the courthouse and Tuesday, May 10 until 8 p.m. ballots must be returned to the courthouse. Polls will be open from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. on May 10. Make sure to check your address to find your polling place but all four wards in the City of Wayne will vote at the District 1 County Shop (unless voting early) located at 515 Thorman while ballots will be mailed and can be returned by mail or dropped off at the courthouse for Wayne County voters in the Village of Winside, Village of Carroll, Village of Hoskins, Village of Sholes, City of Wakefield as well as rural precincts.
*Ballots will be mailed to voters in mail-only precincts on Tuesday, April 19.
Contact the Wayne County Clerk’s office at 402-375-2288 located at 510 North Pearl Street, Suite 5 inside the Wayne County Courthouse with any questions. Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Visit waynecountyne.gov for more information.
March 1 Update:
For Wayne County Treasurer – Lisa Lindsay, Republican, New filer
February 28 Update:
For Wayne Board of Education – Jaret D. Harmer, New filer
For Wayne City Council, First Ward – Chad Sebade, New filer
For Mayor, City of Wayne – B.J. Woehler, New filer
February 25 Update:
For Wayne Board of Education – Michael J. Carnes, New filer
February 14 Update:
For Winside Board of Education – Tarrin Quinn, Incumbent
For Wakefield Board of Education – Bree Brown, Incumbent
February 7 Update:
For Wayne City Council, First Ward – Clayton W, Bratcher, New filer
For Wayne City Council, Fourth Ward – Jill Brodersen, Incumbent
For Winside Board of Education – Kate Falk, Incumbent
For Wakefield Board of Education – Sherri Lynn Lundahl, Incumbent
February 4 update:
For Wayne Airport Authority – David R. Ley, Incumbent
February 2 update:
For Wayne Board of Education – Sylvia Ruhl, Incumbent
For Wayne Board of Education – Justin A. Davis, Incumbent
January 31 Update:
For Wayne Board of Education – Jodi Pulfer, Incumbent
For Wayne City Council, Ward 3 – Jason Karsky, Incumbent
January 28 update:
For County Commissioner, District #3, Winside – James Rabe, Republican, Incumbent
January 21 update:
For County Surveyor – Terry L. Schulz, Democrat, Incumbent
For Wayne City Council, 2nd Ward – Matthew Eischeid, Incumbent
January 20 update:
For County Sheriff – Jason Dwinell, Republican, Incumbent
For Wayne City Council, Ward 1 – Karen Granberg, New filer
January 19 update:
For County Commissioner, District #1, Wayne – Terry Sievers, Republican, Incumbent
For Wayne City Mayor – Cale Giese, Incumbent
For Board of Education, Winside – Jonathan Jaeger, Incumbent
January 11 update:
For Clerk of District Court – Debra K. Allemann-Dannelly, Republican, Incumbent
For Wayne City Airport Authority – Travis Meyer, Incumbent
For Wakefield Board of Education – Jeff Keagle, Incumbent
January 7 update:
For County Assessor: Dawn Duffy, Republican, Incumbent
For County Attorney: Amy Miller, Republican, Incumbent
For County Clerk: Debra Finn, Republican, Incumbent
For County Treasurer: Tammy Paustian, Republican, Incumbent