Early, absentee voting now underway

Juneau residents who want to cast an absentee ballot for the Tuesday, March 15 special municipal election may now do so at City Hall or at the Mendenhall Mall Annex.

Any voter registered to vote in Juneau may cast an absentee ballot for any reason. The absentee voting stations will be open through Monday, March 14.

Voting hours at the Mendenhall Mall Annex are weekdays from 11 a.m.–6 p.m. and Saturdays from noon–4 p.m. Voting hours at the City Hall Assembly Chambers are weekdays only, from 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Absentee ballots are also available from the Municipal Clerk’s Office for by-mail or by-fax voting.

On election day, the polls will be open from 7 a.m.-8 p.m. If you are unsure where your polling place is, you can call the state of Alaska polling place locator number, 1-888-383-8683, enter your Social Security number or your voter number when prompted, and you will be told where your polling place is located.

Please note that on Election Day, the Mendenhall Valley #1 Precinct (34-430) polling place has moved from the Mendenhall Mall to the Mendenhall Valley Public Library located at 3025 Dimond Park Loop.

For more information on how to vote absentee, or to request special assistance for voting, check the website, www.juneau.org/clerk/elections or contact the Municipal Clerk’s office at (907) 586-5278.

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