Ahead of the May 11 mayoral runoff election between Dave Bronson and Forrest Dunbar, the Anchorage Daily News invited the two candidates to give their views on key issues and to discuss their priorities if elected.

As in recent years, voting will be by mail and ballots have been sent to voters. For more information on mail-in ballots and voting, visit the city’s election website, which includes an FAQ. Find information on how to vote in person for the runoff here, and a calendar of important dates in the runoff election here.

David Bronson and Forrest Dunbar have the most votes in the 2021 mayoral election.

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Mailed ballots must be postmarked no later than election day (May 11) and received by the elections center by noon on May 21 to be counted.

Ballots can also be returned to one of the 18 secure drop boxes around the city, up to 8 p.m. on election day.

Prefer to vote in-person? Two vote centers open for in-person voting on May 3, Eagle River Town Center and the Loussac Library in Midtown. Anchorage City Hall opens for in-person voting on May 5.

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