Clerk, Register of Deeds, Election Commissioner FAQs2024-01-30T17:32:50-06:00

Clerk, Register of Deeds, Election Commissioner



The Board of Supervisor and Board of Equalization minutes and current agendas are published on this website. The minutes of the meetings are also published in the legal newspaper within ten days of the meeting. All agendas, minutes and board correspondence are available at the County Clerk’s Office during regular business hours.

You may apply for a marriage license in any county in Nebraska. The Nebraska license will allow you to be married anywhere in Nebraska. The license is good for up to one year and there is no waiting period.

  • Proof of Identification (Driver’s License, ID Card, Birth Certificate or Passport)
  • Social Security Number if a US citizen.
  • If either party was married before, the date the last marriage ended will be needed.

You need to be at least 17 years of age. If age 17 or 18, parent consent is required.

Register of Deeds

Yes, we accept electronic documents through a third party vender. See the following links. or

$10.00 for the first page and $6.00 for each additional page.

This tax is collected on all non-exempt transactions when a parcel of land changes ownership. It is $2.25 per $1000.00 of the sale price and made payable to the Register of Deeds Office at the time of filing.

Election Commissioner

You can register to vote in the Clerk’s Office during regular working hours. When you renew your driver’s license, you can register to vote or update your voter registration information. Voter registration forms are available in the post offices in the county. If you have moved within the county since the last election, you will need to complete a new voter registration form to avoid delays at your polling place.  You may also register to vote online by following this link:  

If you moved from another state or county, you need to register in the county where you currently live.

The deadline to register to vote is the 3rd Friday before an election my mail and through DMV and the 2nd Friday before an election for in person voter registration. In person voter registration in done at the County Clerk’s Office.
Registered voters can apply to the County Clerk to receive their ballot by mail or can vote in person in the Clerk’s office any time after the ballots have been printed.  All ballots must be returned by 8:00 p.m. on Election Day to be counted.  Visit Voter Forms | Nebraska Secretary of State for early voter forms.  
Anytime before the close of business on the second Friday preceding an election, ballots may be mailed to you by calling or emailing the County Clerk’s Office or by submitting an application for early voting to the County Clerk. To vote early after the second Friday preceding an election and before election day, you must vote in person in the Clerk’s Office.
You can have a family member or friend act as your agent to pick up your ballot from the County Clerk’s Office before 7:00 p.m.
Please call the County Clerk’s Office.(402)372-6002

Registered voters living in West Point vote at the Nielsen Community Center.
Registered voters living in Beemer Village, Beemer Township and Logan Township vote at the VFW Building
Registered voters living in Bancroft Village, Bancroft Township, Cleveland Township, and Neligh Township vote in the Bancroft Fire Hall
Registered voters living in the City of Wisner, Wisner Township, Blaine Township and Grant Township vote in the Wisner City Auditorium
Registered voters living in Cuming Township, Garfield Township, Sherman Township and St. Charles Township vote at the Nielsen Community Center.
Registered voters living in Lincoln Township, Monterey Township, Bismark Township and Elkhorn Township receive their ballot by mail

8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Link to voter forms:

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