Nebraska Catholic Voter Guide

election day in nebraska:

November 6


How to use the voter guide:

The Nebraska Catholic Conference invited all candidates on the upcoming ballot to answer 14 questions indicating their support or opposition on important issues facing our state and nation. We also gave them an opportunity to offer a special message to you, the Catholic voter.

To learn your legislative and congressional voting districts, enter your physical address into the tool below. It will show you your districts and below that, it will show you the candidates that are running for office in those districts, whose names you can click on to download the candidate survey answers and see where those candidates stand on the issues that matter to you.

*Note: The Nebraska Catholic Voter Guide printed in the Southern Nebraska Register showed several incorrect responses for Bob Krist, candidate for Governor, and Paul Theobald, candidate for Congress. We apologize for the confusion and inconvenience. Click for corrections: Bob Krist. Paul Theobald.

Step 1: Find Your Districts
Enter your address *

Step 2: Download the Candidates' Positions



Governor: Bob Krist/Pete Ricketts

Secretary of State: Bob Evnen/Spencer Danner

State Treasurer: John Murante

Attorney General: Doug Peterson

Auditor of Public Accounts: Charlie Janssen/Jane Skinner



United States Senator: Deb Fischer/Jane Raybould/Jim Schultz



Samuel adams

Let each citizen remember at the moment he is offering his vote...that he is executing one of the most solemn trusts in human society for which he is accountable to God and his country.



Nebraska Catholic Conference

The Nebraska Catholic Conference represents the mutual public policy interest of the three Catholic Bishops serving in Nebraska. We serve as a channel between government and the Church, representing and advocating for the nearly 400,000 Catholics, 350 parishes, and 113 Catholic schools in the state. Visit our website for more information.


nebraska legislature

The Nebraska Legislature, also known as the Unicameral, is the supreme legislative body of the state of Nebraska. It is the only unicameral and nonpartisan state legislature in the U.S.