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Regional Educational Attendance Area (REAA) Election Results
The REAA Election takes place October 2 and the polls are open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Want to keep up to date with REAA results? We’ve got you covered here
State Election Officials Certify General Election Ballots
The State of Alaska Division of Elections director has certified the November 6, 2018 General Election ballots for printing. View sample ballots here.
Primary Election Results
The official results of the Primary are on our results site.
Primary Election Ballot Options
There are two ballot types: the Alaska Democratic Party, Alaska Libertarian Party, Alaska Independence Party (ADL) ballot and the Alaska Republican Party ballot. Any registered voter, all political affiliations, undeclared and nonpartisan voter may vote an ADL ballot. Voters with the political affiliation: Alaska Republican, Undeclared and Nonpartisan may vote the Alaska Republican Party ballot. For polling locations and more information please visit http://www.elections.alaska.gov/Core/listofpollingplacelocations.php
Permanent Fund Dividend Automatic Voter Registration
The division has received questions from voters about the implementation of the PFDAVR
initiative passed by voters in 2016 and misinformation being spread by false reports about how it works.
Full information about the voter approved Ballot Measure 1 (15PFVR) which will automatically register eligible individuals to vote when they apply for a Permanent Fund Dividend (PFD) can be found here or Alaskan voters are encouraged to read our Frequently Asked Questions page to see how the division has been implementing the law as it is written.
"There is nothing more important to us than the integrity of our elections and our team is dedicated to making sure voters are receiving accurate information."
– Josie Bahnke, Division Director
Division Recaps First Half of 2018 in Newsletter
The Division of Elections released a newsletter highlighting projects DOE has been working on for 2018.
Topics include: Continued implementation of the Permanent Fund Dividend Automatic Voter Registration initiative, language assistance efforts,
funding to replace the state’s aging voting equipment and more. Click here to read the newsletter.
2018 State Elections To Be Conducted Under Precinct-Based System
To our Alaska voters,
we’ve heard some misleading reports circulating about how we will be conducting the 2018 state elections so we’re setting the record straight. We’ve received a number of questions about whether or not state elections will be carried out this year through the Vote By Mail system used by the Municipality of Anchorage in April. The answer is no and here’s why:
To change the existing precinct-based system for state elections would require legislation making ...significant modifications to state statutes such as AS 15.20.800. Voting by mail. (a) “The director may conduct an election by mail if it is held at a time other than when the general, party primary, or municipal election is held.” Based on this and other state statutes, the Division of Elections (DOE) will be conducting the 2018 elections as vote in person at a precinct voting location with early and absentee voting opportunities.
Anyone who wishes to receive their ballot through the mail has the option to do so for the 2018 elections provided they apply to receive an Absentee Ballot by the following deadlines:
Primary Election: August 11
General Election: October 27
All early and absentee voting opportunities can be located here page.
Alaska Releases New Ballot Style
In light of the recent Supreme Court decision, the Division of Elections has released the following Primary Ballot examples:
For more information on changes to the 2018 Primary, see our frequently asked questions page.
Alaska Election Security FAQ
Cyber scans on state election systems have been in the news lately.