Alaska Statutes.
Title 15. Elections
Chapter 7. Registration of Voters
Section 50. Manner of Registration; Party Affiliation.
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AS 15.07.050. Manner of Registration; Party Affiliation.

(a) Registration may be made

(1) in person before a registration official or through a voter registration agency;

(2) by another individual on behalf of the voter if the voter has executed a written general power of attorney or a written special power of attorney authorizing that other individual to register the voter;

(3) by mail; or

(4) by facsimile transmission, scanning, or another method of electronic transmission that the director approves.

(b) Except as provided in (c) of this section, only the voter or the individual authorized by the voter in a written power of attorney under (a) of this section may mark the voter's choice of party affiliation on the voter registration application form.

(c) A person may supply a voter registration application form with a political party or group affiliation indicated to a voter only if the voter is already registered as affiliated with the political party or group indicated.

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