It was one of a number of events held nationwide.
The proposal for ranked-choice voting, nonpartisan primary elections and campaign finance disclosure will appear on November’s ballot.
Mike Cronk is one of several people running to represent House District 6.
The party is discarding electronic voting for presidential candidates in favor of by-mail ballots transported by hand.
Christopher Kurka seeks to replace Colleen Sullivan-Leonard in Wasilla.
The measure seeks to impose ranked-choice voting in statewide elections and restrict campaign contributions.
Elsewhere in Tuesday’s statewide municipal elections, a proposed tax on sugary drinks failed in Utqiagvik, and plastic-bag bans were leading in Homer and Houston.
The proposal would provide guidelines for state education policy.
Party officials said a primary “would serve no useful purpose” when an incumbent Republican president, like Trump, is running for the nomination.
The judge’s action does not reverse a decision by Lt. Gov. Kevin Meyer, which has been appealed, that the measure violates the Alaska Constitution.