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Dear Friends and Neighbors,
This Sunday, October 4, is the last day to REGISTER TO VOTE or to UPDATE YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION if you have moved since you last voted. Registering online is easy and takes a few minutes. All that is required is a valid state identification and a computer.
How to Register to Vote Online
If you don't have a state identification, you can apply using a PDF form that you can mail or drop off at the local Division of Elections office.
If you're not sure whether or not you need to update your information, you can check your voter registration status online.
The Alaska Division of Elections commissioned this image of my favorite Alaska corvid, the raven, and several other Alaska critters, to illustrate the state’s Official Election Pamphlets and “I Voted” stickers in 2018. Pat Race of Juneau is the talented illustrator. NALIGAANIKTUNA!” means “I voted!” in Northern Inupiaq. If you need assistance in voting in Spanish, Tagalog, or one of the several Alaska Native languages spoken in Alaska, go here for help.
If you or someone you know needs assistance with registering to vote, applying to vote by absentee ballot, or getting additional information on how to vote this year, they can call 1-866-954-8683 for assistance.
Vote by Mail
Alaskans have the choice this upcoming November to either vote in person or vote by mail from home. Alaska is a "no excuse" absentee state, meaning any Alaskan can request to have their ballot mailed to their home. Voting by mail is a safe, convenient, and secure way to vote.
Visit absenteeballotapplication.alaska.gov to apply. You will need your driver's license or state identification on hand. (Note that the application is a little easier from your computer rather than your smart phone.)
Learn About the Candidates and Issues
2020’s Official Election Pamphlets will shortly be in your mailboxes. However, the Division is already mailing absentee ballots starting October 2. If you want to learn more about the candidates and the issues that will be on your ballot, you can visit the website here.
Thank you for your attention to this message! As always, please call or email with any thoughts, ideas, or concerns.