Assistance For Voters With Disabilities (archived)

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Accessible Assistance Information

Voter Registration

Voter Registration and Absentee Informational ASL Interpreter Videos

Early and Absentee Voting Information

  • Vote In Person - Vote an early or absentee in person ballot beginning 15 days before Election Day at an absentee voting location.

  • Vote by personal representative - Unable to vote in person due to age, serious illness or disability? Have a personal representative pick up a ballot for you beginning 15 days before Election Day.

  • Apply paperless! Use our Online Absentee Ballot Application. You must have a valid Alaska Driver’s License or State ID to use this option.

  • Or apply by completing the PDF Fillable form. Complete the application, print it and sign the application. Your signature must be your handwritten signature. A digital or typed signature will not be accepted. You may fax or email a PDF or JPEG of the application to our office.

  • Vote by electronic transmission – You may complete the accessible Electronic Transmission Absentee Ballot Application for the August 16, 2022 Primary Election and the November 8, 2022 General Election beginning 15 days prior to Election Day. For additional information on online voting, visit our Online Ballot Delivery webpage. For additional information on by-fax voting, visit our By-Fax Ballot Delivery webpage.
Audio Instructions for voting your ballot online

Audio of Ballot Measure Information and Candidate Statements

Candidate Statements are located HERE
Ballot Measure audio is available HERE
Click OEP AUDIO to listen to the statments.

Online text available for the
Official Election Pamphlet

  • Read the Official Election Pamphlet online HERE

What can a person do if he or she becomes aware of a violation of the Help America Vote Act (HAVA)?

A person who believes that there is a violation of any provision of Title III of HAVA, including a violation that has occurred, is occurring, or is about to occur, with respect to an election for national office, may file a written, notarized complaint with the Division of Elections.
A violation of Title III would include issues dealing with the following HAVA sections: