Here are some helpful resources for our 2022 state elections
- October 24th – Early voting begins
- November 8 – Election Day. Absentee (mail) ballots must be postmarked by this day to be counted
- The November 8 election will be in-person (unless you request an absentee ballot).
- The November 8 election will use ranked-choice voting.
- Please remember to fill out your ballot correctly, and follow all requirements.
Absentee voting by mail
- The date to request is October 29th
- If you received an absentee ballot it will cost $0.84 or two Forever stamps. The USPS has stated, however, that they will deliver ballots that have insufficient postage.
- You can track your mailed ballot here: https://myvoterinformation.alaska.gov/.
- If you have requested an absentee ballot, but decide you want to vote in person instead, you can still vote in person. Bring your mail ballot with you.
- Early voting has begins Monday, October 24th and it runs up to and including Monday, November 7th.
- Any Alaskan can choose to vote early.
- You can find a list of locations here: https://www.elections.alaska.gov/avo/.
Verify your voting information, district, and polling location
- View a map of the new House District 11
- Verify your voter information and confirm your polling location. If you don’t see your registration, call the Division of Elections at 907-522-8683.
Preview your 2022 General Election ballot
- The division of elections creates sample ballots that you can review prior to receiving your official ballot on election day (or by mail if you requested an absentee ballot).
- View your house district 11 sample ballot or view the full list of sample ballots here.
Requirements for an ID
- In order to vote you must present a valid, unexpired ID. These include: Alaska Voting ID, Driver’s License or State ID, military ID, passport, or hunting or fishing license. You can also use a utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, government check, or other government issued document or ID.
Learn about ranked-choice voting
- I’ve posted an informative video on Ranked-Choice Voting below, and you can also learn more from the Division of Elections on their page here.
Source: Alaskans For Better Elections
If you have additional questions or experience any problems on Election Day, you should contact the Division of Elections at 907-522-8683.