Election policy in Alaska
|Candidate ballot access|
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Across the country there are 8,000 different election jurisdictions, without any uniform rules regarding voter registration, ballot access, voting systems, and when and where citizens can exercise their democratic right to vote for candidates, referenda, and ballot measures that affect their daily lives. The complex situation surrounding elections, coupled with the high-stakes nature of partisan elections, has turned election reform into a hotly-contested policy issue.
- Ballot access requirements for political candidates in Alaska
- Laws governing local ballot measures in Alaska
- Signature requirements for ballot measures in Alaska
- Campaign finance requirements for Alaska ballot measures