Here’s some helpful information we have compiled about the November 3rd General election. This is accurate as of October 1, 2020 but information can change– refer to elections.alaska.gov if you have any doubts.
The Official Election Pamphlet has all the information you could need about when, where, and how to vote in the general election. If you are a Kenai Peninsula voter, your pamphlet is available direct from the division of elections at this link: http://www.elections.alaska.gov/election/2020/General/OEPBooks/2020%20AK%20Region%20I%20pamphlet_FINAL-web.pdf
Or view all Official Election Pamphlets for the 2020 General Election here: https://www.elections.alaska.gov/Core/officialelectionpamphlets.php
If you have requested a mail ballot, the Division of Elections will mail it to you starting around October 2nd. If you want to request a mail ballot, you can do so until October 24th at https://absenteeballotapplication.alaska.gov. Don’t delay!
If you want to vote early in person, you can do so starting Monday, October 19th. The full list of early voting locations across the state is available at https://www.elections.alaska.gov/Core/avolocationsg.php.
On the peninsula you can vote the District 31 ballot (Kelly’s district!) early at these locations. Check the link above for days and hours.
Homer: Homer City Clerk’s Office, 491 E Pioneer Avenue
Kenai: Kenai City Clerk’s Office, 210 Fidalgo Avenue
Soldotna: Peninsula Center Mall, 44332 Sterling Hwy
Election day is Tuesday, November 3rd. You can vote from 7 AM to 8 PM– if you are in line by 8pm you will be allowed to vote.
Check your precinct and polling place at myvoterinformation.alaska.gov/ and see the full list of District 31 polling places at elections.alaska.gov/Core/listofpollingplacelocations.php#31.