Beginning May 27 through June 10, Alaska voters can vote in person in the special congressional primary election. In a few places, they can even vote on the last day of the primary, June 11. In a few locations it is possible to vote in-person on June 11.
The designated voting locations are listed on the State Division of Elections website at this link.
Note, the polling places will all be closed on Memorial Day.
For those who are voting by mail, ballots must be postmarked by June 11.
All registered voters in Alaska were mailed ballots on April 27 for the special primary election to serve the remainder of the term of the late Congressman Don Young, who died March 18. There are 48 names on the ballot. The top four vote-getters will appear on the ballot on Aug. 16, when voters will rank them in the order of their preference. The winner of that election will be named the new congressional representative to serve until January.
Meanwhile, another election will take place to determine who will serve in that seat for the next two years.