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Many of the resources on this page are recommended by the AAPD's REV UP Campaign. The REV UP Campaign aims to increase the political participation of the disability community while also engaging candidates and the media on disability issues. AAPD works with state and national coalitions on effective, non-partisan campaigns to address the concerns of people with disabilities, eliminate barriers to voting, promote accessibility of voting; educate communities about issues and candidates; promote turnout of voters with disabilities across the country; and engage candidates and the media on disability issues.
Alaska Division of Election's page where voters can view accessibility assistance information, register to vote, learn alternative voter options, and access video and audio recordings of the registration process as well as candidate information. You can also find information for how to handle a Help America Vote Act (HAVA) violation.
Direct link to the Alaska Division of Elections' information on the restoration of voting rights to those who have been convicted of a felony.
The Alaska State Library has three librarians on staff who are trained Voter Registrars and can register you to vote. Please stop by the Reading Room and ask for Kate Dunn, Katie Fearer, or Julie Niederhauser.
Find information about Recognized Political Parties in Alaska, and about political groups that organized to form Limited Political Parties to select candidates for electors for President and Vice President of the United States. Find information about Political Groups seeking recognized political party status, and Political Party Statistics.
The Guide provides a comprehensive yet concise overview of the issues, legislation, and regulations that have a significant impact on the disability community. Find printable PDFs in English and Español, as well as direct links to information on specific topics.
This open-source database by the National Council on Independent Living is updated on an ongoing basis when NCIL is alerted to elected officials who identify as having a disability. This database was created to bring attention to disability representation in office. It is also necessary to track current elected officials who identify as having a disability in order to begin building a more complete picture of representation of people with disabilities in public office.