The time for climate action is now. On November 3rd, we need to elect strong climate champions like Eliot Bostar to the Nebraska Legislature.

As Executive Director of Conservation Nebraska and Nebraska Conservation Voters (NCV), Eliot Bostar built a 25-person team to work with communities across the state to advance clean energy, protect our drinking water, and prepare our state for the impacts of climate change.

Under Eliot’s leadership, NCV played a pivotal role in getting the Omaha Public Power District to make a zero-carbon commitment. Eliot’s leadership on the environment led him to be appointed to the Lincoln Electric System Board by former Mayor Chris Beutler and to the Climate Resiliency Task Force by Mayor Leirion Gaylor Baird. 

In the legislature, Eliot will advocate for common sense solutions that protect all Nebraskans’ quality of life. He will fight for action on climate change and be a champion for our environment.

Vote Eliot Bostar for Legislature on Tuesday, November 3rd

How to Vote

In Person Voting: 

If you plan to vote in person on election day, November 3rd, here’s what you need to know:

Polls are open from 8 AM to 8 PM on Tuesday, November 3rd

You can find your polling location by typing your name and county of residence into this website:

If you had your ballot mailed to you: 

If you signed up to vote by mail this year, then you must return your ballot at one of the eight drop boxes located in Lancaster County. Since we are so close to election day, we are advising people who signed up to vote by mail and who have not returned their ballots yet to drop them off in person at one of the dropboxes to ensure it is received on time.

You may return your voted ballot to any of the drop off locations at Lincoln’s City Libraries during normal business hours. Here is where you can find your nearest dropbox and further information about returning your ballot:

The ballot must be taken inside and deposited into an Official Lancaster County Ballot Box. This can be done at these locations through the close of business on Monday, November 2nd.

On Tuesday, November 3rd, the ballots must be returned to the Lancaster County Election Office at 601 N 46th St., Lincoln 68503.