The importance of voting cannot be overstated. This June, Alaskans will vote in the Special Primary Election for the U.S. Representative seat that was held by the late Congressman Don Young for 49 years.
Get Out The Native Vote (GOTNV) encourages voters to find out more information about all 48 candidates running for U.S. Representative. These individuals represent your communities and are advocates for Alaska. You can only vote for one candidate.
GOTNV strives to engage Alaska Natives, shareholders, and tribal members in the election and voting process. If you would like to be involved with future GOTNV initiatives, please email email@example.com.
Follow GOTNV to stay up-to-date on important information, interviews with community members and candidates, and more!
Here is some helpful information on voting in the Special Primary Election:
- This election will ONLY be conducted by mail.
- Ballots were sent out on Wednesday, April 27, and must be returned by Saturday, June 11.
- Each ballot must include the voter’s signature, a witness signature, and an identifier (one example of an identifier is the last 4 digits of your social security number).
- Ballots may be hand delivered at any of the five regional offices in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau, Nome, and Wasilla.
- Register or Update Registration
- Find your Polling Place
- Early and Absentee Voting Options
- Disabled Voter Assistance
- Military and Overseas Voter Assistance
- Language Assistance
- Candidate Qualification
- Candidate Filing
- Current Candidate List
- Election Workers
Links to Helpful Information:
- GOTNV Statewide Efforts home page
- State of Alaska Division of Elections home page
- City of Fairbanks Municipal Election Information
- Fairbanks North Star Borough Municipal Election information
- Voter registration instructions
- Find your poll location
- Tanana Chiefs Conference advocacy
GOTNV is a non-partisan effort between Doyon, Tanana Chiefs Conference, Interior Regional Housing Authority, Fairbanks Native Association, Local 942, Teamsters, League of Women Voters, and Cook Inlet Tribal Council-Statewide GOTNV Initiative
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