Organization : Division of Elections
Facility : Search Voter Details
State : Alaska
Country : United States
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Search Here : https://webapp.state.ak.us/electionsLookup/JSP/VoterLookupMain.jsp
Home Page : http://www.elections.alaska.gov/
Voter Search :
Enter your voter ID number
— OR —
Enter your last name, first name, and middle initial AND either the last four digits of your Social Security Number OR birthdate.
** Click “submit” after entering the information. Click “clear” to reset the fields.
** If your last name is hyphenated, include the hyphen in your last name.
** If you have more than one name in your last name and do not use a hyphen, enter your name as one word.
** If you have a middle initial on your voter record, you must enter it.
Touch Screen Voting :
** During elections that have a federal race on the ballot, there will be a touch screen voting unit in each polling place.
** Touch screen voting is intended for the blind, disabled and voters with reading difficulties.
** Alaska’s touch screen voting units allow disabled voters to vote unassisted through the use of a magnified, high contrast and audio ballot.
** If you need to vote using a touch screen unit, ask an election worker for this voting option.
In addition to English, the touch screen voting unit offers an audio interpretation of the ballot in the following languages:
** Filipino and Spanish (certain communities along Aleutian chain)
** Yup’ik (communities in Bethel, Dillingham and Wade Hampton Census area)
** Inupiaq (communities in Nome, Northwest Arctic and North Slope Borough Census Areas)
** Koyukon (communities in Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area)
When the voter casts an electronic ballot, there is a voter-verifiable paper trail produced by the touch screen unit. This paper print-out is secured behind a screen and allows the voter to verify the electronic ballot for accuracy.
Alternative Voting Options :
If you are unable or do not wish to vote at your polling place on Election Day, we offer several alternative options :
Early and In-Person Absentee Voting :
** Starting 15 days prior to Election Day, you may vote absentee in person at any elections office or at other Early/In-Person Voting sites. Locate a site near you.
By-Mail Voting :
** You can apply to have a ballot mailed to you after January 1 of each election year an election takes place that you are eligible.
** You can request a ballot for a specific election or for all elections in that year.
** The application is accepted up to 10 days prior to each election.
** To have a ballot mailed to you complete and submit an application.
** Please apply early to allow for on-time delivery of your ballot.
** If you are unable to go to your polling place due to age, serious illness or a disability, and would like to receive an application for a by-mail ballot mailed to you each election year, contact the Absentee and Petition Office and request that your name be added to the mailing list to receive an application.
** Voted absentee by-mail ballots must be postmarked on or before Election Day.
By-Fax Voting :
** This should be your last alternative for casting your ballot. By-fax voting is available beginning 15 days prior to Election Day.
** You must submit your application no later than 5:00 p.m. Alaska time the day before Election Day.
** You must apply separately for each election.
** If you choose to return your voted ballot by fax, you voluntarily waive a portion of your right to a secret ballot.
** Voted by-fax ballots must be returned by fax before 8:00 p.m., Alaska time, on Election Day. Your voted ballot may also be returned by mail, postmarked on or before Election Day.
Special Needs Voting :
** If you are unable to go to the polls due to age, serious illness or a disability, you may have a personal representative pick up and deliver a ballot to you beginning 15 days before an election at any Early/In-Person Voting site.
** Special needs ballots can also be obtained on Election Day at the polling place.
** Your personal representative can be anyone except a candidate for office in the election, your employer, an agent of your employer, or an officer or agent of your union.
** For additional information about special needs voting, please contact your Regional Elections Office.