A rumbled ballot from 1916. It is the official ballot for the first judicial division. The ballot contains candidates for Delegate to Congress, Territorial Senator, Territorial Representative, Road Commissioner, Attorney General, a vote for or against liquor prohibition, and a vote for an 8-hour workday.

This ballot shows the candidates and issues at stake in the 1916 election. At that election, Lena Morrow Lewis ran for federal office and Alaska men and women overwhelming voted to enact prohibition of liquor, in part thanks to the Woman's Christian Temperance Union's expertly managed campaign.

Image credit: Alaska State Museum, 2002-21-1