American citizens in Nebraska can register to vote online, in English or Spanish, on the Secretary of State's website.
The Nebraska Address Confidentiality Program (ACP) provides services to Nebraska residents who are victims/survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking.
The ACP program has two parts: (1) it provides victims who have moved to a new location unknown to their abuser with a substitute address for use when interacting with state and local agencies; and (2) the program provides a new mailing address, which keeps the survivors' actual address confidential and free from the risk of discovery through public records. Confidentiality is maintained because public records contains only the new mailing address.
You do not need a court order filed in order to be eligible. If you just moved to Nebraska and plan to make Nebraska your home, you can apply for the program.
The Secretary of State's Office will receive the participants' mail and forward it to them at their actual address by means of a cost-free, first-class mail forwarding service.
To be eligible, an individual must be: (1) a victim/survivor of abuse, sexual assault or stalking who fears for his or her safety, or a parent or guardian applying on behalf of a minor or incapacitated person; and (2) a Nebraska resident who has recently relocated to a place unknown to his or her abuser or is planning to move in the near future.
Applying for ACP MUST be made in person at one of the designated victim assistance centers located throughout the state. Applications will not be accepted at the Secretary of State's Office. Designated centers are state or local agencies or private organizations that provide counseling and shelter services. If you or someone you know is the victim of domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking, this below list of designated centers is an excellent resource for assistance.
If you register to vote without the ACP, your information will be on public records. It is important to register to vote through ACP to protect yourself and still be able to vote in upcoming elections.
Do not register to vote online if you are a part of the ACP Program.
ACP Contact Information
P.O. Box 98921, Lincoln, NE 68509
Phone: (402) 471-3568 or (866) 227-6327
Click on following links to find the closest center in your area that has been designated to offer counseling and assistance in applying for ACP in Lincoln, Omaha Metro Area, Southeast Nebraska, Northeast Nebraska, South Central Nebraska, North Central Nebraska, and the Panhandle Area.
Are there any adobe houses left in Scotts Bluff County? Help us with the search.
The Nebraska State Historical Society and the Nebraska Latino American Commission are looking for examples of this Mexican-American tradition brought to Nebraska.
A local effort to locate adobes still standing is being led by Chabella Guzman of Scottsbluff, a Commissioner of the Nebraska Latino American Commission.
Historically, Latino agricultural workers who traveled to the Scottsbluff area prior to the 1950s would build adobe houses to live with their family for the duration of their work. Many families chose to settle in the area permanently and the adobe houses became permanent homes and new neighborhoods. As time passed, many of the houses were sold and demolished. NLAC and the Historical Society is working together to locate, identify, document and preserve the remaining adobe houses.
Once identified, the buildings may be placed in the National Historic Registry and included in publications on immigrant and settler dwellings. State historical markers are another possibility for the homes.
Members of the public who live in an adobe house, know someone who lives in an adobe house or know where adobe houses are located in Scottsbluff or other areas are encouraged to contact Rev. Sorensen at: firstname.lastname@example.org, NLAC Commissioner Chabella Guzman at: email@example.com, or Bob Puschendorf at the Historical Society at 402-471-4769 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Society is also creating a Spring internship position for a graduate or undergraduate student to research these houses for this project. The student can be studying Architecture, History, Latino history, Ethnic Studies, Great Plains History or a similar area to qualify for the internship. Interested students are encourage to contact Bob Puschendorf at 402-471-4769 or email: email@example.com.
For more information contact: Bob Puschendorf of the Nebraska State Historical Society, 402-471-4769 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Jasel Cantu of the Latino American Commission, 402-471-2791 or email@example.com.
The State of Nebraska Governor's Office has released a list of current and upcoming openings on Boards and Commissions that are appointed by the Governor.
If interested, please complete the online application prior to the end of the month of their deadlines. Upcoming Deadlines:
- Dry Bean Commission
- Nebraska Latino American Commission
- Motor Vehicle Industry Licensing Board
- Corn Development, Utilization & Marketing Board
- Children's Commission
- Commission on Housing and Homelessness
- Library Commission
- Nebraska Center for Nursing
- Tourism Commission - Legislative Confirmation
- Wheat Development, Utilization & Marketing Board
- Women's Health Initiative Advisory Council
- Aquaculture Board
- Child Abuse Prevention Fund Board
- County Attorney Standards Advisory Board
- Crime Victim's Reparations Committee
- Developmental Disabilities Advisory Committee
- Grain Sorghum Development, Utilization & Marketing Board
- Jail Standards Board
- Judicial Resources Commission
- State Advisory Committee on Mental Health Services
- Advisory Council on Public Water Supply
- State Records Board
- Technical Advisory Committee on Statewide Assessment
- State Advisory Committee on Substance Abuse Services
If you have questions about requirements for any of the Boards or Commissions listed please contact Kathleen Dolezal at 402-471-1971 or email: Kathleen.firstname.lastname@example.org