The filing deadline for non-incumbents to run for elected office in Nebraska is on March 2, 2020. The filing deadline for incumbents was on February 18. In Nebraska, prospective candidates may file for the following offices:
- U.S. President (1 seat)
- U.S. Senate (1 seat)
- U.S. House (3 seats)
- Nebraska Public Service Commission (1 seat)
- Nebraska State Board of Education (4 seats)
- Nebraska State Senate (25 seats)
Ballotpedia is also covering local elections in the following areas:
- Elkhorn Public Schools school board (3 seats)
- Millard Public Schools school board (3 seats)
- Norris School District 160 school board (3 seats)
- Omaha Public Schools school board (5 seats)
- Ralston Public Schools school board (3 seats)
- Westside Community Schools school board (2 seats)
- Omaha Public Power District, subdivisions 1 and 2
- Lancaster County Commission, districts 2 and 4
In addition, retention elections for incumbent judges are being held for two Nebraska Supreme Court seats and two Nebraska Court of Appeals seats.
The primary election is scheduled for May 12, and the general election is scheduled for November 3, 2020.
Nebraska’s statewide filing deadline is the 14th to take place in the 2020 election cycle. The next statewide filing deadline is on March 6 in Georgia.
Nebraska has a Republican state government trifecta. A trifecta exists when one political party simultaneously holds the governor’s office and majorities in both state legislative chambers.
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