Absentee In Person Voting is available through November 5, 2012 (M-F, 8-5) at the Office of the City Clerk for the Seward area. If you are interested in applying to receive a ballot in the mail, stop by the City Clerk’s Office or visit the State of Alaska Division of Elections website. The deadline to apply to receive a ballot in the mail is October 27, 2012.
Need special voting assistance? Have questions?
Contact the City Clerk’s Office at 224-4046
NEW INFORMATION! The State of Alaska announced October 22, 2012 that Alaskan voters can receive and return their election ballots electronically. The online ballot transmission system allows Alaskan voters anywhere in the world to request their ballot by e-mail or fax, and receive their ballot electronically within 24 to 48 hours. They then have the option to return their ballot via the secure web-based ballot return system, by mail or by fax.
The Alaska Division of Elections website contains a direct link to the application for online ballot delivery here: http://www.elections.alaska.
Simply fill out the form, then mail, e-mail or fax it back to the Division. The Division will deliver an election ballot via the method specified on the form (either e-mail or fax) within 24 to 48 hours of receiving the application. The ballot can mailed, faxed, or sent digitally via the secure online ballot return system.