Are you unable to vote in person because of age, illness or a disability? If so, you may have someone pick up and deliver a ballot to you. This person is called a personal representative.
Your personal representative may assist you in any step of the voting process and can be anyone except a candidate for office in the election, your employer, an agent of your employer, or an officer or agent of your union.
For additional information about special needs voting, please contact your Regional Elections Office.
Your personal representative will complete step one of the special needs envelope with your name, their information and signature.
The election worker will then give your personal representative the special needs envelope, a ballot and a secrecy sleeve to deliver to you to vote.
You will vote your ballot, place the ballot in the secrecy sleeve and then secure it in the special needs envelope.
You will complete step two of the special needs envelope with your information and your personal representative will be your witness to your signature.
Your personal representative will return your voted ballot back to a voting location on or before 8:00 p.m. Alaska Standard Time on Election Day.