VOTING

PAT CHESBRO IS YOUR TOP
PRO-CHOICE CANDIDATE.

RANK HER NUMBER 1.

Protect Your Vote
Rank Candidates in the #1, #2 spots. No "bullet" voting (voting for only one candidate).

If you believe women have a right to choose, rank Pat #1 on the November ballot. You no longer need to fret about an anti-choice candidate emerging on top. Rank Choice Voting means you can rank Pat first, and other candidates who do not share Pat's full-throated commitment to reproductive rights as #2 or #3.

This is a winning strategy. Mary Peltola won her race to fill Don Young's seat in Congress. She was propelled by her unflinching approach to issues that are important to Alaskans: unfettered abortion access, strong pro-labor policies, and protection of Alaska's unique environment and renewable resources.

In the June primary, Mary received 10% of the votes but went on to prevail in the August 16 primary final vote by 51.5% to Palin's 49.5%.

This was a remarkable defeat of a Trump-backed candidate who promotes the Big Lie about the 2020 election. We can do the same in the US Senate race. Protect your vote by ranking Pat #1 and a candidate that is not your favorite, but is acceptable as #2.

Like Mary, my stance on abortion access is unequivocal. If you agree, there is a way to make your voice heard in this election. Rank the candidates and rank me #1! Thanks.

ELECTION INFORMATION

The Regular General Election Will Be Held on August, 8th, 2022

Voting and Election Day Information. Make a Plan!

* "Early and in-person voting locations will be available; dates, times, and locations will be listed here when finalized. Absentee ballots can be requested as usual. Only first-choice results will be available on election day; ranked choice voting results will be available after all the ballots are received and processed (15 days after election day)."

* https://alaskansforbetterelections.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/2022-Alaska-Election-Timeline.pdf

General Election Timeline

This is it! The General Election is only a few months away. Now, more than ever we need donations and volunteers. Here is a timeline for this year's election cycle.

  • October 8th

    • Voter Registration deadline.

  • October 14th Voting begins

    • First mailing of absentee by-mail ballots to civilian voters. 

  • October 29th

    • Last day to voters can request an absentee ballot.
       

  • November 8th

    • *** ELECTION DAY ***
      Absentee Ballots MUST be postmarked by today

       

  • November 23

    • Deadline for ballots that were postmarked by Election Day to be received; ranked choice voting results will be available after the ballots are processed.

Ranked Choice Voting In Alaska

How it works and empowers voters by making sure ALL votes count

A general election where voters rank the candidates according to preference. To win, a candidate must receive a majority of votes (50% + 1). If no candidate receives a majority of first choice votes, the last place candidate is eliminated, and their supporters’ second-choice votes are counted. The process repeats until a majority winner is declared.