2022 Special Elections - U.S. Representative



April 1 by 5pm - Candidate Filing Deadline

April 4 by 12pm - Candidate Withdrawal Deadline

April 27 - Ballots Mailed to Voters

May 12 - Voter Registration Deadline

May 27 - Early & Absentee In-Person Voting Begins

May 27 - Voters may apply to request a ballot

be delivered electronically

May 27 - Absentee Review Board Begins

June 10 - Requests for electronic ballot delivery

must be received by 5pm

June 11 - Election Day

June 11 - Ballots must either be postmarked by

this day or physically received by DOE

June 11 - First ballot count

June 15 - Second ballot count

June 17 - Third ballot count

June 21 - Deadline to Receive Absentee Ballots

June 21 - Final ballot count

June 23 - State Review Board begins

June 25 - Target certification date

June 26 - Candidate withdrawal deadline for the

Special General Election



Special Election Postcard

By-Mail Special Primary Election

  • The election will conducted by mail.
  • Regular polling places will not be open on Election Day
  • Voters will automatically receive absentee ballots. You do not need to apply.
  • Ballots will be mailed beginning April 27. You will vote for just one candidate.
  • You must return your ballot by June 11. Your ballot must include your signature, an identifier, and a witness signature.
  • If you want to update your mailing address or if you do not want to receive a ballot, please contact the Division
  • Early and absentee in person voting will be available at select locations beginning May 27.
  • Postage is paid or you can hand deliver your ballot now to any of the five regional offices in Juneau, Anchorage, Wasilla, Fairbanks and Nome.
Did you receive a ballot not addressed to you?

If a ballot is delivered to someone who no longer resides at the address to which it was mailed, please write “Not at this address – RETURN TO SENDER” and place it back in the mailbox. If a ballot is delivered to someone who is deceased, please write “Deceased – RETURN TO SENDER” and place it back in the mailbox. The Postal Service will return these ballots to the division, which will void the ballot and update the voter’s information.

Absentee Voting Locations ❯
2022 Special Primary Ballot Statistics ❯
2022 Special Elections Law & Procedures ❯
How To Change your Ballot Mailing Address

Contact any of our offices to update your mailing address: Contact Page ❯

Candidate List ❯
Sample Ballots ❯

How To Vote And Return Your Mail Ballot