Exercising your right to vote is an easy yet powerful way to take action for Alaska’s young children. Have you registered to vote yet? Many elections require that you become a registered voter at least 30 days prior to the election, so don’t wait! Click here to find out how to register to vote in Alaska.
For those living in the Municipality of Anchorage, today begins early and absentee voting for the April 5 Anchorage Municipal Election. Early voting polls will be open until April 4 at the Loussac Library, the Wilda Marston Theater, and at City Hall. Early voting at the Chugiak Senior Center begins on March 28. Click here for the full schedule. On Election Day, April 5, voters should go to their home precint polling place. Those who are unable to vote early or vote on Election Day can request a ballot by mail or fax by visiting www.muni.org/elections.
Want to know more about what’s on the ballot for April 5? The League of Women Voters has issued a non-partisan ballot review that you may find helpful. Read it here.