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Clerk to voters: Register by April 11 for potential mayoral runoff

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The Municipal Clerk’s Office is wanting voters to register or update their voter registration before the Sunday, April 11, 2021 deadline to vote in the potential May 11, 2021 mayoral runoff election.  

Although not official, it’s all but certain that retired pilot Dave Bronson will face off against Assemblyman Forrest Dunbar, as voters decide whether they need a new direction, or are content with how things are going in Anchorage.

To be clear, if you are already registered to vote in Anchorage, and if you have not moved, you don’t have to do anything. But if you haven’t registered to vote, you’ll need to do so online at: https://voterregistration.alaska.gov/

If you will be traveling and want to receive your ballot package at a temporary address rather than your regular mailing address, complete the temporary address application on the municipal elections website www.muni.org/2021application and submit it as soon as possible.

The May 11, 2021 mayoral runoff election is a vote at home/vote by mail election. Voters will be mailed their ballots shortly after the April 20 certification of the April 6 election. Vote can be cast through secure drop boxes, an Anchorage Vote Center, or by mail. Specific hours and locations for drop boxes and voting centers can be found at muni.org/elections/AVC

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Suzanne Downing had careers in business and journalism before serving as the Director of Faith and Community-based Initiatives for Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and returning to Alaska to serve as speechwriter for Gov. Sean Parnell. Born on the Oregon coast, she moved to Alaska in 1969.

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  • So maybe I should do what everyone else did. Hold out until the last day before dropping off my questionable mail-in-ballot. hahaha
    Alaska really needs a voter i.d. law making every voter present an i.d before dropping off a ballot.

  • Jen, YES!!!!

  • We have a voter ID law.
    But not for the cheating, mail in ballots.
    I don’t think you should be able to sign up now, for the run off election. You should of been signed up to vote in the general election, it’s still the same election.
    But yes all people have the right to sign up to be a legal voter for the next election.
    But I might be wrong it’s a new election the run off election.
    Just get out and vote in this run off.
    If not Anchorage is going to be Blue Blue Blue Very blue if Dunbar becomes mayor. Let the burning begin.
    Double Masks in Anchorage forever too.

  • The clerk’s office was unable to tell me just how many ballots had been printed for this election. They did volunteer that they were printed in Seattle because no printing company in Alaska was capable. Just the facts.

  • BS the corruption down town is as thick as a septic tank

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