Alaskans, we join our fellow Americans in the 2020 waiting game. For the first time in a century, an election fell during a global pandemic, and a remarkable number of Alaskans made new voting plans to cast our ballots.
An Anchorage Superior Court has ruled that Governor Michael Dunleavy violated the Alaska Constitution when he vetoed $334,700 from the Alaska Court System twice for a Supreme Court ruling at odds with his personal beliefs.
Alaskans will not need a witness to sign their absentee ballots for the November general election because of COVID-19, the Alaska Supreme Court decided Monday.
Join us for a virtual screening of "RIGGED: The Voter Suppression Playbook" -- an award-winning documentary that exposes the nefarious tactics used to suppress the vote and serves to spark discussion on the actions needed to protect our democracy.
Court Rules Alaska Witness Signature Requirement for Absentee Ballots is Unconstitutional During COVID-19 Pandemic Requirement Puts Voters at Risk in Midst of COVID-19 Pandemic
An Alaska court has ruled that the witness requirement for absentee ballots is unconstitutional during the COVID-19 pandemic. Parties in this case are working now to determine how the Election Division can alert voters about any subsequent changes.
Voting rights advocates filed a lawsuit today challenging an absentee ballot witness requirement that needlessly puts Alaskans at risk of COVID-19.