Elections are Coming This Fall


Alaskans can Vote-at-Home

Check out the step-by-step guide to apply, receive and return your absentee ballots. The process is secure and proven. Voting shouldn't be a health risk. Vote-at-Home makes sure you keep your health and the health of your family and community a priority.

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Vote-at-Home How-to

HELP GET OUT THE VOTE IN YOUR COMMUNITY 

Do you remember the first time you voted? Why did you choose to vote? Most likely it was because someone you trusted encouraged you to. You can be that person this election! In this toolkit, you will find resources to help you, your friends, family, and community make a plan to vote. By working together, we can make sure all of our voices are heard in the decisions that affect our lives. Safe voting!

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MAKE A PLAN TO VOTE

Life is uncertain and things can pop up, making it challenging for us to vote. The best way to ensure you get your voice heard is by making a plan to vote. Will you return your apply for Absentee Ballot and Vote-at- home? Will you rally your friends and community to join you?

Take a minute to make your plan to Vote-at-Home.


Bring the whole gang!

At The Alaska Center we take voting seriously but we also believe voting can be fun! Help your friends and neighbors get their voices heard. Throw a party. Make voting an event to remember on Election Day or before. Remember: all of our voices matter.

Contact evan@akcenter.org to get more involved.

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