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Why Election Protection: The Expiring Right

“Why Election Protection” is a blog series highlighting the importance of nonpartisan election protection programs and the work of Nebraskans for Civic Reform to protect voters in the upcoming general election. Twelve hours. That’s it. On Election Day, a voter has 12 hours to assert their right to vote. Once the clock strikes 8pm (7pm […]

Presidential Platform Challenge

“If I were President, I would…” Students are asked to submit a type written platform of no more than 1,000 words. The entry will be judged on the student’s ability to articulate issues, suggest solutions, and argue for their position in a well organized fashion. A digital video of the student reading their presidential platform will also […]

NCR Welcomes Kinzie Mabon!

Nebraskans for Civic Reform is excited to welcome Kinzie Mabon to our team as our new Voting Rights Community Organizer. Read more about her below! Kinzie is a recent graduate of Scripps College in Southern California where she studied Anthropology and Political Science. Kinzie’s passion for social justice and improving America’s democracy for all was […]

Why Election Protection: Voters with Disabilities

Why Election Protection is a blog series highlighting the importance of nonpartisan election protection programs and the work of Nebraskans for Civic Reform to protect voters in the upcoming general election. As part of our nonpartisan election protection program, NCR collaborates with our friends at Disability Rights Nebraska to incorporate key data into our observation […]

Locations

Headquarters:
1327 H Street, Suite 102, Lincoln, NE 68508 "Capitol Park Building"
Main Line: 402.904.5191

Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center:
University of Nebraska Omaha
6001 Dodge Street
Omaha, NE 68182
Kent Day: 402.990.8489

Bellevue University Veterans Center:
1000 Galvin Road Belllevue, NE 68005 - Rotert Building
Tianna Robinson, Mark Eshelman, and Rose Phillips: 402.557.7825

After School Programs

NCR manages two after school programs in Omaha and Lincoln Public Schools.

Dawes Middle School
5130 Colfax Ave
Lincoln, Nebraska 68504
Phone: (402) 436-1211
Director: Karen Bell-Dancy

Sherman Elementary
5618 N 14th Avenue
Omaha, Nebraska 68110
Phone: (402) 457-6711
Director: Amanda Parker

About

NCR is a non-partisan, non-profit organization dedicated to increasing K-12 civic engagement and community engagement, veterans job readiness, and protecting voting rights for all Nebraskans.

You can contact us at info@nereform.org for general questions and inquires or call our office at 402-904-5191.