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ARLIS maintains a helpful listing of websites and other information about the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act (1970), available at https://www.arlis.org/resources/special-collections/anilca/. The listed resources examine ANILCA from a variety of perspectives and include federal, state, legal, historical, literary, primary, teaching, and other sources.
If you’re wondering whether you’re registered or where to vote. There is a website where you can look up this information.
To check your polling place and voter registration status, go to the My Voter Information site: https://myvoterinformation.alaska.gov/
The Voter Information Project has a page that you can put your address in and figure out polling locations and hours of polling, as well as see your location on a map. Via the map you can click on an arrow and get directions from your home to the polling place.
Remember that Governor Walker has withdrawn from the race, but polling workers are not allowed to share that information because it is considered electioneering. The Anchorage Daily News has a story explaining this. You can find the Anchorage Daily News in the Consortium Library’s resources. There is a fully digital version available via our database subscriptions.