Voter ID rules are different based on whether you vote by absentee ballot or in person.
You have to apply to receive an absentee ballot. If you need assistance, another person can help fill out the application.
You can request your ballot online, by mail, or in person at your regional election office.
Voters with disabilities can choose to apply and receive their ballot through a personal representative. Your personal representative can be anyone you trust who is at least 18 years old. They can’t be a candidate in the election or someone who represents your employer or union.
You don’t need to include ID with your ballot. You will be asked to give one the following:
You can check a box on your application if you don’t have any of these numbers. You may receive a call or email seeking further information if you check this box.
You don’t need to include ID with your completed ballot. Alaskan voters with disabilities can choose how to return their ballots: by mail, through a personal representative, online, or by fax.
Alaskas asks you to show an acceptable ID when you vote in person.
Your ID must be unexpired:
Issued by any state:
Other forms of photo ID:
Must have your name and current address:
Page Updated: August 2023