Letter to Nebraska Voters: Your Personal Data

Last Wednesday state election officials, including Nebraska’s Secretary of State John Gale received a letter requesting the list of registered voters in that state and requesting sensitive data including birth dates, partial social security information, and address. The letter came from the Presidential Advisory Committee on Election Integrity, created by President Trump to investigate voter […]

Looking ahead: Replacing outdated election equipment

On Monday, NCR testified in support of LR 403, Senator Hansen’s resolution to create the Election Technology Committee. This committee would consist of seven state senators, including the committee chairs for Government and Appropriation, and would research, discuss, and recommend a state-wide solution for replacing our outdated election equipment and technology. Right now, there is […]

NCR Legislative Blog: Opposition to LR 35

Last Wednesday the Nebraska Legislature convened for the second session of the 104th Legislature. This 60 day-session includes those bills carried over from last session and another 10-day bill introduction period. Because of carry-over legislation morning debate began Monday, essentially picking up where we left off last June. While NCR works to expand accessibility to […]

2015 Legislative Session Recap: Victory and Disappointments

Director of Voting Rights, Bri McLarty, discusses this past legislative session and legislative proposals brought forth by Nebraskans for Civic Reform.  This legislative session saw an early victory with the defeat of LB 111, the voter ID bill, in late February. On General File, 25 senators voted to bracket LB 111, effectively killing the bill […]

Spring Internships Available

Undergraduates and high school students – NCR is looking for interns during the spring semester to help achieve our goals in multiple program areas. Are you interested in working to protect voting rights? To increase youth community engagement? To learn about working at a non-profit organization? To learn more about civic institutions in Nebraska? NCR […]