You can vote NOW in the primary election set for August 21.

Alaskans will be choosing candidates for:

Alaska governor
U.S. House
40 state house seats
10 state senate seats.

The chosen ones will then compete in the November 6 general election.

Links to vote early or absentee —  thanks to United Fishermen of Alaska.

1. Absentee In-Person & Early Voting
You may vote absentee in person beginning August 6, and on Election Day.
Ballots for all of Alaska’s 40 voting districts are available at regional election offices in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau and Nome and in the state’s six largest airports on Election Day.
http://www.elections.alaska.gov/Core/votingbeforeelectionday.php

Absentee Voting Locations & dates of availability for the primary:
http://www.elections.alaska.gov/Core/avolocations.php

2. Absentee Voting By-Mail  – deadline August 11 for ballot request.
To cast an absentee vote by mail or electronic transmission, an application for absentee ballot must be filed in advance. Applications can be requested and turned in any time up to seven days before an election. Deadline is August 11 to request a ballot for Absentee Voting by Mail.

Absentee Voting by Mail ballot application.
http://www.elections.alaska.gov/doc/forms/C06%20ADL_R.pdf

3. Absentee voting by Fax and Electronic Transmission
You may apply for an electronic transmission ballot beginning 15 days before each Election Day.
By Fax: The division will send a by-fax voting packet that contains a ballot, Voter Certificate and Identification sheet and instructions to the fax number you provided. You will need a witness over age 18 and a Fax machine. 

For voting by fax or online, download the Electronic Transmission Absentee Ballot Application.
http://www.elections.alaska.gov/doc/forms/C07P-2018.pdf

4. Special Needs Absentee Voting through a personal representative (if you are disabled).
See Special Needs voting:
http://www.elections.alaska.gov/Core/specialneedsvoting.phpv

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