Make a Choice. Use Your Voice.

To participate in the June 11, 2022 Special Primary Election, you must:

  • Be a registered voter – it’s easy to check your registration status!
    • the deadline to register or update your mailing address is May 12
  • Vote by mail (polling places will not be open on Election Day)
  • Complete the ballot sent in the mail to all registered voters on April 27
    • candidates listed here (House District 38 sample ballot: English and Yup’ik)
    • pick only one of the 48 candidates
    • sign and have a witness (it can be anyone) sign your ballot
    • postmark your ballot on or before June 11, 2022
  • Absentee in-person voting will begin May 27 with specific locations to be announced by the Division of Elections

Why is the Special Primary Election important?

  • For this Special Primary Election, you will select just one candidate to vote for. The four candidates who received the most votes in the Special Primary Election will advance to an August 16 special general election to select the person to fill out the late Congressman Don Young’s current two-year term.
  • On November 8, voters will used ranked choice voting again to select our next U.S. Representative (2023-2025)