Absentee Voting Information

Absentee Voting by Mail


Applications for Absentee-By Mail  voting are available starting April 1st and must be submitted seven days before the election.

Any person may apply for an absentee ballot in person from the clerk or an absentee voting official 15 days before an election, up to and including the day before the date of the election, by completing an absentee in person envelope. 

Personal Representative Voting


Any person with a disability who, because of that disability, is unable to go to a polling place to vote may vote a personal representative ballot, or the voter may, through a representative, request a personal representative ballot from the clerk or an absentee voting official 15 days before an election, up to and including the day before the date of the election, or from an election precinct voting official on Election Day.

Please note that this information is provided for local municipal elections.

For State or National elections please visit the State of Alaska website at www.elections.alaska.gov.

Kodiak Island Borough Code Chapter 7.50 Absentee Voting