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Brad Goes to Denver Part 2: Lessons from the Denver elections

   In addition to the convenience and transparency I saw in the Denver elections from their use of Ballot TRACE, I also noticed local authorities put forth a tremendous amount of effort to make sure citizens are educated about the voting process, and making sure this education translated into voter turnout.   Using Social Media […]

Build Up Omaha Award Spotlight:Eliza Perry

Eliza grew up in Maine and made a life-defining move to central Nebraska nearly five years ago to serve in the inaugural class of the Claire M. Hubbard Young Leaders in Conservation fellowship with The Nature Conservancy. As a Hubbard Fellow, she gained experience in articulating the need for nature conservation to diverse audiences and […]

Introducing John Cartier, Director of Voting Rights

   John Cartier is an attorney and graduate of University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Law. John comes to the team with experience working on several elections including his own for Lincoln Board of Education. Originally from Las Vegas, Nevada, John moved to Nebraska in 2010 to attend Concordia University on a track and field scholarship […]

Brad goes to Denver: Lessons from observing the Denver elections

   Adam and I had a great time visiting Denver, CO and learned a lot from observing their secure, accessible election process. Thank you to Amber McReynolds and all the other great folks who showed us around their wonderful city. It was inspiring to have the natural beauty of the Rockies as a backdrop to […]

Locations

Headquarters:
1111 Lincoln Mall, Suite 350, Lincoln, NE 68508
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

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

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

About

We are a group of dedicated and politically diverse young Nebraskans who are committed to strengthening our democracy through youth civic leadership programs, civic health initiatives, and ensuring our elections are non-partisan, accessible. and modern.

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