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SAVE THE DATE: The next Regular Municipal Election will be on Tuesday, April 7, 2020
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: The election is a by-mail election. Traditional polling places will not be open and are not an option for voting on Election Day.
Ballot packages will be mailed to qualified, registered voters twenty-one (21) days before Election Day. Ballot packages will be mailed to your address in the State of Alaska Voter Registration database record as of 30 days before the election.
The last day to register to vote or update your voter registration is on Sunday, March 8th, 30 days before the next regular or special Municipal election.
BE PREPARED! To review your voter registration information, visit voterregistration.alaka.gov.
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