Candidate Filing Forms and Information
Candidates for Statewide / District-Wide / Judicial Offices
- Qualifications for Holding Office
Learn the requirements to file for federal or state office.
- Political Party Candidates
File as a candidate representing a recognized political party in Alaska.
- "No-Party" or Nominating Petition Candidates
File as a candidate who is NOT representing a recognized political party in Alaska.
- Judicial Candidates
File as a judicial candidate seeking retention.
- Presidential Candidates
Learn about the process to become a Presidential candidate.
- Write-In Candidates
File a letter of intent to run as a write-in candidate in Alaska.
- Financial Disclosure Statements
All candidates running for office must either report to the Federal Election Commission for federal office or file a Financial Disclosure Statement for state office with the Alaska Public Offices Commission (APOC).
- Candidate Eligibility Complaint
Link to information on filing a complaint regarding to the eligibility of a candidate.
- Withdraw as a Candidate
Link to information on how to withdraw as a candidate.
Contact the Alaska Public Offices Commission (APOC), for campaign related questions.
- Road Signs
What are the rules for campaign signs along the roads and who is responsible?