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Each election, Alaskans have the opportunity to vote on issues and leaders that will impact our communities and families directly. The Alaska Voter Hub is committed to educating and empowering Alaskans to engage in elections at all levels, from municipal to federal.

Collectively, we have the power to create positive change.

Everything you need to know about voting in the Anchorage runoff election!

All registered Anchorage voters have been mailed a ballot for the mayoral runoff election. There are several ways that you can return your ballot, ballots must be returned by Election Day, May 14th!

Drop your ballot in a secure ballot drop box

There are 18 Secure drop boxes for the runoff election that will be opened starting as soon as ballot packages are mailed to voters to return their ballot at any time before 8:00 p.m. on Election Day, Tuesday 5/14. 

​ASD Education Center, 5530 E​ Northern Lights​ Boulevard 

​Bartlett High School, 1101 Golden Bear Drive 

​Begich Middle School, 7440 Creekside Center Drive

​City Hall, 632 West 6th Avenue, Parking Lot 

​Clark Middle School, 150 Bragaw Street 

​Dimond High School, 2909 West 88th Avenue 

​Eagle River Town Center, 12001 Business Boulevard​ 

​Election Center, 619 East Ship Creek Avenue 

​Fairview Community Recreation Center, 1121 East 10th Avenue 

​Girdwood Community Center, 250 Egloff Drive 

​Loussac Library, 3600 Denali Street, near Book Drop 

​O’Malley’s on the Green, 3651 O’Malley Road 

​Planning and Development Center (MOA Permit Center), 4700 Elmore Road 

​Service High School, 5577 Abbott Road 

​South Anchorage High School, 13400 Elmore Road 

​Spenard Community Recreation Center, 2020 West 48th Avenue 

​UAA Alaska Airlines, 3550 Providence Drive 

​West Anchorage High School, ​1700 Hillcrest Drive 

Vote in-person at an Anchorage Vote Center (AVC)

If you need assistance ​voting, if you need to replace a lost or damaged ballot, if you didn’t receive a ballot, or if you would like to vote your mailed ballot, you may vote at an Anchorage Vote Center. Vote Centers are open approximately nine days before Election Day.​ 

Anchorage Vote Center Hours and Locations

Weekdays, May 7 – May 13, 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Saturday, May 11, 12:00 noon – 4:00 p.m.

Election Day, May 14, 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

​​City Hall, 632 West 6th Avenue

All municipal ballots are available.

632 West 6th Avenue, Room # 105

Loussac Library, 3600 Denali Street

All municipal ballots are available.

​3600 Denali Street, First Floor ​

​Eagle River Town Center, 12001 Business Boulevard

Only Chugiak-Eagle River ballots are available.

12001 Business Boulevard, Community Room #170 (same building as the library)

Return your ballot by mail

Voted ballots being returned by USPS mail for an election must be postmarked no later than Election Day and received by the start of the Election Commission​ Public Session of Canvass.  If you are mailing your ballot return envelope the day before or on Election Day, ask a postal official to hand-cancel/hand-stamp the envelope with a postmark.​ ​​​​

You can call 907-243-VOTE (8683) with any questions about voting in this election!

Do You Have a Plan to Vote?

Establishing a voting plan before Election Day will help identify any potential barriers to voting you may encounter. Answering just a few questions will ensure the voting process goes smoothly and your voice is heard.

I Voted!

Are you registered to vote?

Check your registration status. All you need is your name and city.

Do you know where to vote?

How close do you live to your polling place? Double-check before you go.

Vote by mail

Can’t make it to a polling place? Traveling? You can apply for an absentee ballot and vote by mail.

What is Ranked Choice Voting?

As of 2022, instead of voting for a single candidate, Alaskan voters now rank their favorite candidates from favorite to least using a voting process called Ranked Choice Voting in state wide elections. You can rank as many or as few candidates as you like.