Tweets, photos and bears, oh my: See our round-up of Election Day happenings.
PHOTO SHOWCASE: Election Day
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For complete coverage of the mayoral race, including candidate bios, their stances on the issues facing Omaha, links to World-Herald profiles, our endorsement and more, visit our Mayor's Guide.
For complete coverage of the Omaha Public Schools and City Council races, including profiles, bios and interviews with all the candidates, see our local election guide.
FOR YOUR INFORMATION
• Find your nearest polling place in Douglas County here. Find your nearest Sarpy County polling place here.
• Polls in both counties will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
• To view a sample Douglas County ballot, click here (PDF).
• For information on how to register to vote in Douglas County, click here. And to register to vote in Sarpy County, click here (PDF).
Tuesday is Election Day in Omaha. At stake is Omaha's mayorship, nine OPS subdistrict spots and seven City Council seats. Voters in Millard Public Schools boundaries also can vote on an $80 million bond issue.
Only The World-Herald has provided blanket preview coverage of all news and events related to the mayor's race. In last month's primary, voters narrowed the field of five candidates – incumbent Jim Suttle, Jean Stothert, Brad Ashford, Dan Welch and Dave Nabity – to Suttle and Stothert.
We've also provided a thorough account of all the key issues and the candidates in Omaha Public Schools board races that started as the most crowded since 1978. April's primary narrowed the field from 39 to 18. Three city council districts – 2, 4 and 7 – also were narrowed to two candidates each last month.
In all, there are 17 seats up for grabs Tuesday.
Stay with Omaha.com for live coverage throughout the day Tuesday, including tallies of the latest poll results as they come in. Tweet at us @OWHnews to share your election news, experiences, opinions and pictures.