The easiest way to check and/or update your voter registration is online. Be sure your address is up-to-date, and find your district, precinct and polling place.
Click here to check your information.
Decide which option you prefer for voting: absentee by mail, in person early voting, or on Election Day. Are you heading out of town? If so, apply for an absentee ballot before it is too late.
Click here to download an absentee ballot form.
Can’t get off of work on election day? Check for early voting options, often two weeks’ prior to the election day. NOT ALL LOCATIONS in Alaska have early voting, so check early.
Click here to find early voting locations, dates and hours.
Want to vote in person ON Election day? Verify your polling place.
Click here to find your polling place.
When voting in person, bring either your voter ID card or driver’s license. Other forms of ID could be a state ID, military ID, passport, hunting or fishing license, or another current valid photo ID. If you don’t have one of these IDs, you may present a current utility bill, paycheck, government check, bank statement or another government-issued document. Check the Division of Elections webpage for more information on Voter ID.