Muni prepares for April's mail-in election by verifying voter addresses

ANCHORAGE (KTUU) - The Municipality of Anchorage is already preparing for April’s mail-in election, by sending out address verification postcards to registered voters in Anchorage.

The Muni sent postcards to approximately 235,000 qualified registered voters, which should be received this week. The postcard asks voters to check their mailing address information to ensure their ballot package arrives at the correct mailing address. Ballot packages will not be forwarded by the postal service.

You can update your voter information at the state’s online voter registration site. Click here to do so.

Ballot packages will be mailed 21 days before Election Day, April 2, 2019.

Voters will be selecting five Assembly members and two school board candidates. Currently, the only Assembly race with more than one candidate is District 4 Seat F, which represents Midtown. Meg Zalatel, Christine Hill and Ron Alleva have filed for that seat.

District 2 Seat A in Eagle River/Chugiak currently has one candidate, Oliver Schiess, District 5 Seat H has current Assembly member Forrest Dunbar, District 6 Seat J for South Anchorage has current Assembly member John Weddleton, and no candidates have yet signed up for District 3 Seat D for West Anchorage.

The deadline to file for city office is Friday, Feb. 1 at 5 p.m. See the full list of candidates here.

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