You can register to vote online at voterregistration.alaska.org with a valid Alaska driver’s license or state ID card. If you do not have a valid driver’s license or state ID you may register using the paper registration form obtained on the same website or by contacting the regional Division of Elections Office.
Voters options include: Absentee voting in Alaska, but absentee submissions must’ve been received 10 days before Election Day. There is an application for online absentee ballot that can be found here. Similar to online voter registration, only a valid state ID or driver’s license is needed to complete the application, but if a paper copy is needed contact your regional Division of Elections’ office in Nome at (907) 443-5285.
Early and same day in-person voting is open now through Election Day at your local voting location. The list of polling places in the Bering Strait region can be found here.
If you are unable to vote due to age, serious illness, or disability, you can have a personal representative pick up a ballot for you today before the election.