Democracy



It's time to vote in the Special Election for U.S Representative. The U.S. House of Representatives makes laws that influence our daily lives. It holds hearings to inform the legislative process, conducts investigations to oversee the executive branch, and serves as the voice of the people and the states in the federal government. This is an important election, and your vote will matter.

This election is vote-by-mail, and polling places will not be open on Election Day. Check your mailbox; ballots were mailed on April 27. Didn't receive your ballot? Make sure to call the division of Elections. You can also vote in person at Accessible Vote Centers starting on May 27.

Voting by mail is easy, safe, and secure! Make sure to sign the back of your ballot, and don't forget to have a family, a friend, or a neighbor witness your signature. Your ballot must be postmarked by Election Day on June 11.

This election is a top-four primary, meaning you will only choose one candidate. The top four candidates with the most votes will advance to the general election.

Alaska Special Primary Election



At The Alaska Center Education Fund, it is our belief that the more Alaskans get involved in the decisions affecting our home, the better the future will be for everyone. Increasing the number of Alaskans who vote is at the core of our strategy to promote a strong and healthy democracy. 

By conducting both grassroots education and direct advocacy around common-sense voter reforms, we can work together as Alaskans to safeguard our democratic ideals.

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