Election Commissioner

Office Hours

8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.






1824 N Street Ste 201
Auburn, NE 68305



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Commissioner City of Auburn Districts

Diane Johnson

Election Commissioner
Register of Deeds

Crystal Tanner

Deputy County Clerk

Mary Zimmerman

Election Clerk

As the Nemaha County Clerk & Election Commissioner my goal is to provide outstanding service to you as you conduct your business with the county. The Election Commissioner is responsible for conducting all County Elections, including any special elections, maintaining and updating the voter system & all election equipment.

You may register to vote, change your name, address or political party in person at the County Clerks’ Office or online at https://www.nebraska.gov/apps-sos-voter-registration/. If you are at least 18 years of age, or you will be 18 years of age on or before the 1st Tuesday following the 1st Monday in November of this year you may register to vote.  

Parties Currently Recognized in the State of Nebraska and Explanation of Being Registered as Nonpartisan. In Nebraska you have the option to register under one of the four recognized parties or as nonpartisan (not affiliated with a party). The four parties recognized in Nebraska are Republican, Democratic, Libertarian and Legal Marijuana Now parties. If you register without a political party affiliation (nonpartisan), you will receive only the nonpartisan races for state and local offices on your ballot at Primary Elections. If you wish to vote on both partisan and nonpartisan races in primary elections for the state and local offices that are partisan specific races, you must indicate a political party affiliation on your registration application. If you register under one of the four parties, in a Primary Election you would have candidates for all non-party specific (nonpartisan) races AND those candidates who filed under your political party for partisan specific races on your ballot. You would vote for the candidate from your party in each race that you wish to move on to the General Election where they will run against the candidates who were nominated by their respective party(ies). The only exception to not voting your registered party’s ballot in a Primary Election is that if you are registered as nonpartisan, you have the option to vote a separate ballot which includes only the congressional offices for the party of your choosing, in addition to your nonpartisan ballot. In General Elections, candidate parties are listed under each candidate’s name but voters can choose to vote for any candidate including those who are registered under a different party than their own registered party.