For the special primary election to choose a new congressional representative for Alaska, 48 names will be on the June 11 ballot. How will you find your favorite candidate among the 48?
Alaska voters will be tasked with choosing just one name among the sea of choices.
Where that candidate is on the ballot depends on what district you live in.
The Division of Elections will print a different ballot for each state House district. The candidates will be rotated because that is what statute requires.
Candidates for the vacant U.S. House seat are listed alphabetically in House District 1, which, using the old district maps, is Fairbanks. Then the candidate at the top of the list drops to the bottom of the list in House District 2. The process repeats through House District 40.
See all the ballots at this link.
Ballots will be mailed to registered Alaska voters on April 27. This is a mail-in election with few options for in-person voting. Not planning to be home? To change the address where your ballot is mailed, visit this page.