We’re just one month away from Election Day 2022! As we head into the final weeks, here are some ways you can prepare to make your vote count for kids.
Know your candidates!
There’s still time to learn who your candidates are and their positions on issues that matter to you.
- Check these websites for candidate information for your district:
- Get to know your candidates. Many candidates are door knocking in neighborhoods and participating in various candidate forums. Media outlets are tracking candidate responses to questions. Click here for a candidate position comparison from the Alaska Beacon.
- Have specific questions? Send your candidates an email with your questions. You can find a few child care specific questions here.
Learn about Ranked Choice Voting
Click here to view Thursdays with thread’s Prepare for Casting Your Vote in a Ranked Choice Voting System or click here for RCV information from the Division of Elections site.
Make time and a voting plan!
Decide how and when you’re going to vote: by mail, in-person early voting, or on election day. Then start making your plan.
- By Mail: Fill out an absentee ballot request form here.
Your voice matters, your vote matters for kids! Now it’s time to make it count!