Election day and night in Lincoln, Neb.
Community members place their vote at First Plymouth Congregational Church which is located at 2000 D Street vote on Tuesday Nov. 2 2010. This church was a very popular place to vote, with people having to sit at their own private tables because booths weren’t always open. Photo: Mackenzie Wylie
Photo: Taylor Wright
Tom Dierks campaigns into the night Tuesday in the 26th District state senate race in Lincoln. Amanda McGill is Dierks opponent in the race. Photo: Danielle Beebe
Governer Dave Heineman talks to a community member at the Republican election party at the Grand Manse on Tuesday Nov. 2 2010. The Republican party won the election, and was very much expected to win by the crowd there. Photo Mackenzie Wylie
Agnes Masek hands Brian Lambelet his ballot Tuesday evening at First Presbyterian Church in Lincoln, Neb. on November 2, 2010. First Presbyterian Church is located on 840 S. 11th Street. “We usually average about ten voters an hour,” Masek said. Photo: Chris Dorwart
Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning chats with supporters at the Republican watch party Tuesday night in downtown Lincoln. Bruning ran unopposed for re-election.
A Lincoln, Nebraska voter casts his ballot in Tuesday’s election. Photo: Danielle Beebe
Micah Goldman (left) and Claira Herrero (right) fly in from Boston to support Lancaster County Commission Democratic candidate Jane Raybould. Herrero is Raybould’s daughter.
Onlookers socialize at the Democratic Watch Party at the Zen Lounge in downtown Lincoln Tuesday night.
Congressman Jeff Fortenberry, from Nebraska’s 1st Congressional District, chats with supporters at the Republican watch party Tuesday night in downtown Lincoln. Fortenberry won re-election over Democratic challenger Ivy Harper.
Lancaster County Democratic watch election results roll in Tuesday night at Lincoln’s Zen Lounge.