It's time to register to vote or update your voter registration

Posted on February 21, 2013 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Remember to register to vote or update your voter registration on or before the Sunday, March 3, 2013 deadline. Register to Vote. Anyone at least seventeen years and nine months old may register, but you must be eighteen years old on April 2, 2013 for your vote to count in the Municipal Election.

Update your Voter Registration. The voter registration application can be found online at http://www.elections.alaska.gov/ot.php or call the Alaska Division of Elections at 907-522- 8683. It is extremely important to vote in the precinct from which you currently reside and remember to update your registration information to reflect any changes prior to the Election.

Absentee Voting If you cannot vote in person on Election Day, absentee voting is available by mail, fax, in person, and special needs. Applications for absentee voting by mail and fax can be printed directly from the Municipal Elections website, www.muni.org/elections, or an absentee application can be mailed to you by calling (907) 243-VOTE or by emailing elections@muni.org.

Absentee In-Person and Early Voting begins March 18, 2013 at City Hall and the Loussac Library, and on March 25, 2013 at the Chugiak Senior Center. On Election Day, Absentee In-Person voting will be conducted at the Loussac Library, South Terminal of the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, and at the UAA Student Center.

 Absentee In-Person voting is not available at City Hall or the Chugiak Senior Center on Election Day. For all Municipal Election information and requests please visit www.muni.org/elections, call (907)243-VOTE, or email elections@muni.org.

 

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