Nebraska Voters can request a mail-in ballot from the Secretary of State website

LINCOLN- Voters do not need to give personal information to a third party to request a mail-in ballot. The Secretary of State’s website has an easy access link for voters who wish to request a mail-in ballot application for the upcoming May 12, 2020 primary election. Using the website avoids the need to provide personal information to a third party.

Secretary Evnen stated, “For those voters who have concerns about the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), an online application and mail-in ballot is a good option.” 

Nebraska voters who do not have internet access are able to request a mail-in ballot by contacting their County Election Commissioner or County Clerk for additional options.  Ballots must be returned on or before the primary May 12th.

The polls will be open for the May 12th primary election. County officials and the Secretary of State are taking precautions to secure the safety of voters and poll workers.

For an online mail-in ballot application visit