Local Elections

Special Primary Election
When: June 11
Register by: deadline has passed
Download the 2022 Special Primary Election flyer
   Mail-In Special Primary Election Voting: For the Special Primary Election, fill in the one oval of your single preferred candidate to serve the remainder of the late Congressman Young’s term. Sign, and put down a requested form of ID.
Have a witness, anyone over the age of 18, sign and place the date and location of the act. Seal your ballot and return it through the U.S. Postal Service, or drop it off at any of the five regional offices in Juneau, Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Nome. Early and absentee in person voting will be available at select locations beginning May 27. You can request a replacement ballot by emailing elections@alaska.gov or calling 866-952-8683.

The four candidates who receive the most votes in the special primary election will appear on the Aug. 16 special general election ballot. Voters will use ranked choice voting in that election.
Meet the Candidates: Voters will decide on who serves out Congressman Young’s term through January 2023. Forty-eight candidates have filed to serve out this term, not all have provided information about themselves. Learn more here.
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Primary Election
When: August 16, 2022
Register by: deadline has passed
   The four candidates receiving the most votes in the special primary election will appear on the Aug. 16 Primary Election ballot. Voters will use ranked choice voting in that election. The General Election candidate list will become final after the certification of the 2022 primary election.

Election Day 2022
When: November 8, 2022
Register by: October 9, 2022

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