Look up your voter information at Division of Elections

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FIND OUT NOW, BEFORE YOU TRY TO VOTE

If you’re not sure that the Division of Elections has you listed in your proper voting district, there’s one way to find out quickly.

Go to the State’s voter database and type in your name, and either the last four digits of your Social Security number or your date of birth, and you can find out where the Division of Elections thinks you live.

What the State has on file may not be where you actually live.

After the State of Alaska enacted a voter initiative to automatically register to vote all applicants for an Alaska Permanent Fund dividend, the State proceeded to import the information from the Permanent Fund database into the Division of Elections database and unintentionally moved many Alaskans out of their districts.

[Read: Election Division has move hundreds of voters to new districts]

[Read: It’s not hundreds, it’s thousands of voter files changed.]