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This website is designed to provide papers on the statewide positions of the League of Women Voters Alaska, contact information for local chapters and links to government agencies that may be helpful for Alaska residents.
Click on a CITY below to get information about local League of Women Voters organizations.
Finish the Ballot!
Op-Ed by Bud Carpeneti
Alaska Supreme Court 1998 - 2013
Finish the Ballot
Op-Ed - Finish the Ballot - Bud Carpenet[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [106.1 KB]
Voters Guide - 2020 Reponses by US Senate and House Candidates for the General Election
2020 General Election Voters Guide - US House and Senate
Adobe Acrobat document [276.3 KB]
Voters Guide - 2020 Responses by US Senate Candidates for the Primary Election
2020 Voters Guide - Senate Responses to LWVAK
Adobe Acrobat document [218.8 KB]
Voters Guide - 2020 Responses by US House of Representatives Candidates for the Primary Election
2020 Voters Guide - Reponses from US House of Representatives Candidates
2020 VG RESPHouseforLWVAK.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [126.7 KB]
Voting in Alaska During the Pandemic
Adobe Acrobat document [246.6 KB]
Statement in Response to the Murder of
Statement in Response to the Murder of George Floyd
Adobe Acrobat document [45.4 KB]
2020 Women's March Speech by
Bridget Smith, LWVJuneau
Women's March Speech by Bridget Smith - January 18th, 2020 Womens_March_Speech_01_18_20.pdf Adobe Acrobat document [200.9 KB]
2020 Census Information
2020 Census Handout
Adobe Acrobat document [136.7 KB]
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Policy of the League of Women Voters of Alaska
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Policy of the League of Women Voters of Alaska
Adobe Acrobat document [40.3 KB]
LWVAK Climate Emergency Resolution
LWVAK Climate Emergency Resolution FINALLWVAK ClimateEmergencyResolution.pd[...] Adobe Acrobat document [65.1 KB]
The US House of Representatives passed H.R. 4, the Voting Rights Advancement Act, on December 6, 2019, by a bi-partisan vote. A full victory will come when the US Senate passes the VRAA and we can have free and fair elections that build
the representative democracy America deserves.
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Sen. Murkowski Press Release
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Judy Andree, President
Sandy Garity, Secretary
(Central Kenai Peninsula) 2022
Shirley Pittz, Treasurer
Pat Redmond, Past-President
Mary Lee Guthrie
(Tanana Valley) 2021
(Central Kenai Peninsula) 2022
(Central Kenai Peninsula) 2021
(President, - LWV of Anchorage) 2020
(President, Central Kenai Peninsula League of Women Voters) 2020
(President, LWV of Tanana Valley) 2021
Kirsa Hughes-Skandjis & Judith Mitchell (Co-Presidents LWV of Juneau) 2021
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