Anchorage residents must be registered to vote by this Sunday, March 6, in order to participate in the upcoming April 5 election, which may be one of the most consequential in the city’s history.

Five solid Anchorage Assembly candidates are attempting to unravel the hard-left majority that has imposed crippling Covid mandates, attacked religious liberties and presided over a town mired in crime and homelessness.

If last year’s election of Mayor Dave Bronson – a principled conservative – is any indication, liberty-loving Anchorage residents still have the power to elect Assembly members who will respect and defend their natural and God-given rights.

Thanks to a massive conservative wave, the 2021 mayoral election between Bronson and hard-left Assemblyman Forrest Dunbar shattered previous voter turnout records. In order to finish the job and give Bronson an Assembly that won’t try to thwart his every move, we need a repeat of 2021.

If you haven’t registered to vote, have changed your mailing address or are unsure of your voter status, visit the state Division of Elections website at, call (907) 522-8683, or email​ To register to vote, or to update your ​voter registration information, visit

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Joel Davidson
Joel is Editor-in-Chief of the Alaska Watchman. Joel is an award winning journalist and has been reporting for over 24 years, He is a proud father of 8 children, and lives in Palmer, Alaska.


  • Proud Alaskan says:

    If you don’t vote, then you have no say

    • Richard Corbeil says:

      Pretty sure the 1st amendment disagrees with that. I understand your reasoning, but when I vote it is for someone I WANT in office. Not the lesser of two evils. So if a slug gets into office because I did not vote for the slug running against them you can pretty well bet I will be complaining.

      • Proud Alaskan says:

        Yes I agree
        No mail in ballots or this new rank choice voting.
        one vote in person with ID
        That slug still sounds better then these losers we have in office now.

    • Karl says:

      I love when “conservatives” complain after they lose when they didn’t vote. We need every single vote we can get to overcome any shenanigans the commies try to pull.