CUSTER COUNTY—Be an informed voter! Polls will be open from 8 AM – 8 PM CDT. You can check the status of your voter registration and location of your polling place by contacting your county election office (Custer County: 308-872-5701) or logging onto https://www.votercheck.necvr.ne.gov/. If you voted early by mail, or have to complete a provisional ballot on Election Day, you can go to that same website to track the status of your ballot.
Check your voter registration and polling place. You can check the status of your voter registration and location of your polling place by contacting your county election office or logging onto https://www.votercheck.necvr.ne.gov/. If you voted early by mail, or have to complete a provisional ballot on Election Day, you can go to that same website to track the status of your ballot.
Be prepared. Before going to the polls, make an effort to become aware about the candidates and issues on the ballot. Sample ballots are printed in newspapers and posted on county websites. Mark and take the sample ballot with you to the polling place.
Conduct at the polls. To maintain proper decorum at the polls, it is requested that you turn off your smart phones and other electronic devices. Phone conversations or loud bell tones can be distracting to others. Ballot selfies are allowed in polling places, however, photos should only be taken of your own ballot and not someone else’s. The privacy of other voters should be respected.
Campaigning prohibited. Campaign items such as buttons, stickers and T-shirts are not allowed in a polling place. It is illegal to campaign within 200 feet of a polling site. Campaign signs can be installed on private property within 200 feet of a polling site, provided that the property does not include where the polling place is located.
Voter identification. If you recently registered to vote by mail and did not include identification with your application, you may be asked to provide identification at your polling place. Be sure that it includes your current residence information. Identification at the polling place is not required of other voters.
Special accommodations and assistance. If you require special assistance to vote at your polling site, let a poll worker know. Curbside help is available for those who have difficulty walking or utilize assistive devices. Ballot marking devices are available for use with specially designed ballot machines. Those features can also help those with hearing or vision difficulties. Be sure to let a poll worker know what accommodations you might need.
Local Polling Places: You can check the location of your polling place by contacting your county election office or logging onto https://www.votercheck.necvr.ne.gov/
Mason City Community Building (Algernon/Elk Creek)
Arnold Legion Hall (Arnold Village/Arnold Rural/Hayes II)
Oconto Community Hall (Woodriver)
Broken Bow Municipal Building (Broken Bow, North/South/Northwest/Southwest)
Merna Community Building (Kilfoil/Cliff)
Sargent Community Building (Sargent City/Sargent Rural/West Union/Corner)
Callaway Senior Center (Delight & Custer/Elim/Triumph/Grant/Wayne)
Broken Bow Veterans Building (BB North Rural/Garfield/Lillian/Milburn/East Custer, BB South Rural/Berwyn/Ryno/Loup)
Winter Memorial Library (Victoria/Hayes I)
Ansley Municipal Auditorium (Ansley/Westerville/Myrtle)
Comstock Community Hall (Comstock/Douglas Grove/Spring Creek)
Unofficial local results will be posted on sandhillsexpress.com and broadcast live on KBBN 95.3 FM and online at kbbn.com