ALASKA Voter ID Information

Registered Alaska voters must show an acceptable unexpired ID at the polls. If you are a registered voter but didn't bring your ID to the polling place, you may vote a "questioned ballot." In order for your ballot to be counted, you must sign a questioned ballot register and complete an envelope with your information. You will vote your ballot and it will be placed in the envelope.

VoteRiders provides updated information and free, expert assistance to help you with voter ID questions including how to renew your expired ID, how to obtain the documents needed to secure your ID, and how to correct errors in your birth certificate. Call or text VoteRiders’ Voter ID Helpline: 844-338-8743.


Must be current:

  • Driver’s license*
  • State ID Card*
  • US Passport
  • Military ID card
  • Voter ID card
  • Hunting or fishing license*
  • Other current or valid photo ID
  • Utility bill**
  • Pay check**
  • Bank statement**
  • Government check**
  • Other government issued document**
* issued by any state
** Must have name and current address
Voters without acceptable ID can vote a questioned ballot, and a review board will determine if their ballot can be counted.

Voter Registration

First-time voters who have not voted in a previous federal election, or who have never voted in their county of residence in a federal election, AND who did not provide either a driver’s license number or the last four digits of a Social Security number at the time of registration, must present documentation proving their identity in order to complete their voter registration. First time voters who are voting in person must present this documentation at the polls. First time voters who are voting by mail/absentee ballot must enclose a copy of such documentation with their ballot request or ballot. This is required under the federal Help America Vote Act, enacted in 2002.


YES! Alaska accept IDs issued by other states.


YES! Alaska accepts current and valid student photo IDs