Two months ago, Nebraskans cast nearly 400,000 mail-in votes, helping set a primary record for voting. When all was said and done, 471,000 voters cast ballots in the election, easily eclipsing the previous record of 413,015 voters set during the 1972 primary.

The mail-in and early voting was a big reason for the record turnout.

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