The World-Herald's 2012 Election Guide has you covered for the rest of the political season, with side-by-side candidate comparisons of national, state and local races.
Keep checking back — we'll be updating the guide right up to Nov. 6.
Iowa residents click here or call the Iowa Secretary of State’s Office at (515) 281-5204.
Registered voters in Douglas and Sarpy Counties may vote early by mail, in person or via an agent. Voters must request an early voting ballot no later than Oct. 31 and must return it by 8 p.m. on Nov. 6.
Here's a recap of The World-Herald’s recommendations as voters look toward the November election contests:
U.S. House, Nebraska:
Proposed constitutional amendments in Nebraska
>> FOR Proposed Amendment 1, which would close a loophole and enable the Legislature to pursue impeachment of a state officeholder who violated the law to get elected.
>> AGAINST Proposed Amendment 2, which would needlessly add a “right” to hunt and fish into the Nebraska Constitution. This amendment is unnecessary overkill in a state that would never vote to prohibit hunting and fishing.
>> FOR Proposed Amendment 3, which would raise term limits for state legislators to three terms.
>> FOR Proposed Amendment 4, which would raise state legislators’ pay to $22,500 a year. That’s a reasonable adjustment for salaries not raised in 24 years.
>> District 1: Dan Watermeier.
>> District 2: State Sen. Paul Lambert.
>> District 3: Sen. Scott Price.
>> District 7: Sen. Jeremy Nordquist.
>> District 9: Sara Howard.
>> District 11: No endorsement.
>> District 13: Sen. Tanya Cook.
>> District 15: Sen. Charlie Janssen.
>> District 17: Van Phillips.
>> District 19: Jim Scheer.
>> District 21: Mike Hilgers.
>> District 23: Jerry Johnson.
>> District 27: Sen. Colby Coash.
>> District 29: Larry Zimmerman.
>> District 31: Rick Kolowski.
>> District 33: Sen. Les Seiler.
>> District 37: Sen. Galen Hadley.
>> District 39: Sen. Beau McCoy.
>> District 41: Sen. Kate Sullivan.
>> District 43: Al Davis.
>> District 45: Sue Crawford.
>> District 49: John Murante.
Douglas County merger: YES to the consolidation of the Register of Deeds and Assessor’s Offices.
Nebraska State Board of Education: Lillie Larsen and Rachel Wise.
Metropolitan Utilities District: Dave Friend and John S. McCollister.
Omaha Public Power District: Mike Cavanaugh, N.P. Sandy Dodge and Lloyd Scheve.
Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District: Chris J. Koenig, Brandon Clark, Rich Tesar, Patrick Leahy and Gus Erickson.
Metropolitan Community College: Linda McDermitt, Fred Conley, Tim Dempsey, Steve Brock and William Forsee.
Learning Community: District 6: Mike Avery and Blaine McCulloh.
Papillion-La Vista school district: FOR the $59.6 million bond issue that would help address the schools’ increased enrollment.
University of Nebraska Board of Regents: David Copple, Bob Whitehouse, Mike Jones and Ann Ferlic Ashford.
Omaha school board: Subdistrict 2 — Freddie Gray. Subdistrict 4 — Oscar Duran. Subdistrict 8 — Andy Allen. Subdistrict 12 — Patrick Bourne.