As of April 1, Anchorage voters have mailed in 35,116 ballots for an election that could drastically reshape the Assembly and school board.
Municipal Clerk Barbara Jones said the number of approved ballots submitted is 140% higher than this time last year, and 90% of the all-time high in 2018.
To facilitate greater participation, Jones issued a public announcement stating that she is exercising emergency powers “due to the COVID-19 pandemic” to extend the deadline to April 3 (5 p.m.) for issuing replacement ballots or ballots to be mailed to a temporary address.
Voters are encouraged to submit their requests to the Voter Hotline at 243-8683 by Thursday, April 2 by 5:00 p.m.
Alternatively, voters may obtain a replacement ballot at the City Hall Accessible Vote Center from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays, and from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Election Day, April 7.
Click here to view where candidates stand on key social issues such as abortion, religious freedom, parental rights and family values.
For election information, visit muni.org/elections