Statewide Voting

2022 Alaska Statewide & ANC Muni Election Days – Quick Reference

August 16: Special Statewide General Election for U.S. Representative.    Polling Place Election, Ranked Choice Ballot
August 16: Statewide Primary Election.    Polling Place Election, Top 4 move onto Nov. 8.
November 8: Statewide General Election.    Polling Place Election, Ranked Choice Ballot
Details at Alaska Division of Elections

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2022 STATEWIDE ELECTIONS

There are three statewide election days this year on June 11th, August 16th and November 8th.

The first election day is June 11th, the “Special Statewide Primary Election for U.S. Representative” to select 4 candidates to temporarily fill the vacant US House seat of Don Young (approximately a 3 month term).

The second election day is August 16th when both the “Special Statewide General Election for U.S. Representative” and the “Statewide Primary Election” will take place. The former will elect, from the 4 selected on June 11th, the person to temporarily fill the vacant US House seat of Don Young, the latter is the statewide primary to select the top four candidates for all State and US seats.

The third election day is November 8th the “Statewide General Election”, where all Alaska State and US seats will be voted on, including the US House seat of Don Young (this time for the full 2 year term).

Visit the Alaska Division of Elections for additional information. Questions can be directed to elections@alaska.gov.)

 
 
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SPECIAL STATEWIDE PRIMARY ELECTION June 11, 2022 for U.S. Representative

(To fill the vacant seat for the remainder of the late U.S. Representative Don Young’s term which expires on January 3, 2023.)
Method: Vote-By-Mail
Nonpartisan Top Four

April 27: Ballot Packages Mailed to Registered Voters Statewide

May 12: Last Day to Register to Vote

May 27: Early and Absentee In-Person Voting Begins

June 11: SPECIAL PRIMARY ELECTION DAY

June 21: Deadline to Receive Mailed Ballots

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE LIST OF CANDIDATES FOR THIS SPECIAL ELECTION:

Alaska Division of Elections Special Election Candidate List

 

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SPECIAL STATEWIDE GENERAL ELECTION August 16, 2022 for U.S. Representative

(To fill the vacant seat for the remainder of the late U.S. Representative Don Young’s term which expires on January 3, 2023.)

Method: Polling Place Election – Polls open 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Ranked Choice Voting

July 17: Last Day to Register to Vote

Aug 1: In-Person, Special Needs and by Electronic Transmission Voting Begins

Aug 16: SPECIAL GENERAL ELECTION DAY

 
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STATEWIDE PRIMARY ELECTION August 16, 2022

(U.S. REPRESENTATIVE for the term January 3, 2023 through January 3, 2025, some Alaska State Senate seats, Alaska State House seats)

Method: Polling Place Election – Polls open 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Nonpartisan Top Four

July 17: Last Day to Register to Vote

Aug 1: In-Person, Special Needs and by Electronic Transmission Voting Begins

Aug 16: PRIMARY ELECTION DAY

 
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STATEWIDE GENERAL ELECTION November 8, 2022

(U.S. REPRESENTATIVE for the term January 3, 2023 through January 3, 2025, some Alaska State Senate seats, Alaska State House seats, possible Ballot Measure(s), Judicial Candidates for Retention)

Method: Polling Place Election – Polls open 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Ranked Choice Voting

Oct 9: Last Day to Register to Vote

Oct 24: In-Person, Special Needs and by Electronic Transmission Voting Begins

Nov 8: GENERAL ELECTION Day

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