Alaska Voting Starts October 22

– vote early or absentee starting today if you will be out of your home voting district on Nov 6.

 

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Vote while you fish starting today, Oct 22

VOTE WHILE YOU FISH!

Don’t wait – vote in the Alaska General Election beginning today, October 22. If you will be fishing or away from home on Tuesday November 6, make plans now to vote absentee or early. See below for the four ways to vote absentee: 1) in-person, 2) by mail, 3) by fax or electronic submission, and 4) through a personal representative if your are disabled. Candidates for Alaska Governor, U.S. House, 40 State House and 10 State Senate seats, and Ballot Measure No. 1 "An act providing for the protection of wild salmon and fish and wildlife habitat" will be on the ballot for the general election.

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October 22 -Beginning today you can vote in the November 6 General Election

If you will be fishing, make plans now to vote absentee or early. There...
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AK Roadless – comments to USFS due Oct 15…

& additional public comment opportunity to AK Roadless Advisory Committee at public meetings scheduled for Ketchikan and Sitka. To comment directly to the USFS see: USFS AK Roadless Rule home page USFS NEPA Documents USFS Comment page In addition, written comments can be submitted via hard-copy mail to: Alaska Roadless Rule USDA Forest Service, Alaska Region, Ecosystem Planning and Budget Staff P.O. Box 21628 Juneau, Alaska 99802-1628 Sign up for USFS email updates on the AK Roadless NEPA process at https://public.govdelivery.com/accounts/USDAFS/subscriber/new?topic_id=NEPA_54511_S Also, there will be opportunity to comment to the state's AK Roadless Rule Advisory Committee at meetings scheduled on October 24 - 26 at the Landing Hotel in Ketchikan and November 6 - 8 in Sitka, location tbd. We expect meeting info to be posted soon at the AK Roadless Rule Advisory Committee’s website  - www.merid.org/AKroadless . Related links: DNR...
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AK Roadless Rule – Gov’s committee & USFS meetings

UFA Salmon Habitat Information Program (SHIP) Here are two recent announcements regarding the USFS Alaska Roadless Rule. See below for opportunity to serve on the Governor's advisory committee, attend USFS briefing meetings coming soon throughout Southeast and Anchorage, and provide comments directly to USFS....
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Vote While You Fish – August 17, 2018

August 21 Alaska Primary Election - Have you voted yet? The state Primary Elections are Tuesday August 21.  If you'll be in your home district be sure to vote… for info see Polling Place lookup & 2018 Primary Election Candidate List – District Search & 2018 Primary Election Sample Ballot by District  
  If you are not in your home district you can still vote three ways - this weekend, Monday or Election day: 1.Absentee In-Person & Early Voting Ballots for all of Alaska’s 40 voting districts are available this weekend and Monday at regional elections offices in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau, Nome and Wasilla. Also, on Election day Tuesday you can vote the ballot for any district at airports in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau, Ketchikan, Kodiak and Sitka.  For details see Absentee Voting Locations & dates of availability for the primary 2.Absentee voting by Fax and Electronic Transmission Note that electronic voting through the online portal is...
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