Governor Heineman apparently uses the save to restore some polling spots.
The good news is that some metro polls will be reopened. The bad news is that it won't happen in time for next month's Nebraska primary.
Governor Dave Heineman is expected to announce later today that Secretary of State John Gale and Douglas County Election Commissioner Dave Phipps will work to reopen some of the polling places that had been sliced from the list. Phipps had cut the number of polling places from 352 to 186 to save money. Critics said it would keep low-income and elderly voters from getting to the polls.
No word yet on which polls will be restored, but it'll happen in time for the general election in November.