Time is running out for people who want to register at any place other than a county election office to vote in Nebraska’s Nov. 6 election.

Friday, Oct. 19, is the last day to register online, by mail or in another location, including the Department of Motor Vehicles, and still be able to vote Nov. 6, said Valerie Stoj, a spokeswoman for the Douglas County Election Commissioner.

It’s also the last day a person acting on behalf of another voter can bring that person’s registration into a county election office.

Voter registrations by mail must be postmarked Friday, and online registrations must finish before midnight.

People who miss Friday’s deadline can still register in person at their county election office until Oct. 26.

As of Oct. 1, Douglas County had 132,981 registered Democrats, 129,323 registered Republicans and 86,056 registered nonpartisans.

Statewide numbers favor Republicans, with 582,762 registered. Democrats have 360,384 registered. There are 258,311 nonpartisans.

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