Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Here is information that will help you plan your voting.
- If you are travelling on election day, you can vote absentee at airports in Alaska, including the Kodiak airport. They will have ballots from all 40 Alaska election districts at the airport. Other sites are Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau, Ketchikan and Sitka.
- The polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., including at the airports.
- Sample ballots will be at polling places or you can download one online by going to the Alaska Division of Elections website.
- You can also get a copy of the Official Voters Pamphlet there as well. There are a lot of different versions, so be sure to look for Kodiak’s, which is District 32.
- In order to vote you need valid ID. You do not need to have photo ID as there is a long list of possible ID options, including hunting or fishing licenses. So don’t be shy about voting just because you don’t have photo ID.
- None of the polling places will refuse a person the opportunity to vote. If there’s a question about your ID or if you are voting somewhere other than your registered location, they will ask you to vote a questioned ballot.
- If you have any questions about voting tomorrow, don’t hesitate to call the Borough Clerk’s office or ask at the polling place. The clerk’s office is 486-9310.
CLICK HERE to go to the Voter’s Pamphlet that includes Kodiak and has comments pro and con on issues along with candidate statements and a sample ballot for Kodiak voters.