Scotts Bluff County Clerk Vera Dulaney says there was “quite a bit of activity” and a steady stream of people this morning as residents had their first opportunity to do in-person early voting.
Dulaney reminds those voting that they need to make changes in their registration due to moves, name changes, or change in political parties. You can call the county clerk’s office at 436-6600 with questions, including the proper location to vote.
Dulaney says even those that ask for a mailed-in ballot need to make sure they fill out an application first before getting their ballot. Early voting has accounted for between 15 to 20% of the votes in recent local elections.