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Annual Voter Registration List Maintenance
The Alaska Division of Elections mailed the second notice to voters who have not cast ballots in the last four years. If you have received a letter, you should fill it out and return it in the mail
BEFORE February 28.
If you do not return it, your voter registration will be inactivated, and you will need to vote a question ballot next time you go to vote.
Permanent Fund Dividend Automatic Voter Registration
As a reminder to voters filing for their Permanent Fund Dividend (PFD),
the dividend application will be used to automatically register all eligible individuals to vote or to update voter registration information, unless voters opt-out.
After the PFD application deadline, the division will prepare and mail a notification to voters who will be automatically
registered to vote or who have an update to their Alaska residence address. Voters will have 30 days to opt-out of automatic voter registration by completing and returning the mailer. Full information about the program can be found
here or Alaskan voters are encouraged to read our
Frequently Asked Questions