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Municipal Candidate Profiles and Early/Absentee Voting Options

September 6th, 2018|Comments Off on Municipal Candidate Profiles and Early/Absentee Voting Options

The Candidate Profile Statements are now available for review on our Certified Candidates webpage.  Candidate statements are optional and if a candidate chose not file a statement, that is noted on the webpage accordingly.

For those voters who wish to vote Early or Absentee, below are a list of options available:

ABSENTEE VOTING (also known as Early Voting)

A qualified voter may vote an absentee ballot for any reason. An absentee ballot may be cast in person, or requested from the election official in writing, by application with the voter’s signature. Absentee Ballots are available no later than September 17, 2018.

In-Person Absentee (Early) Voting:
Beginning September 17, 2018, Early/Absentee-In-Person voting will take place at the following locations/dates/times:

City Hall – 2nd Floor Conference Room 224 Foyer
September 17 – October 1, 2018
Monday – Friday: 8:00a.m. – 4:30p.m.

Mendenhall Mall Annex
September 17 – October 1, 2018
Monday through Friday: 11:00a.m. – 6:00p.m.
and
Saturdays Sept. 22 and 29: Noon – 4:00p.m.

By Mail:
Applications for By-Mail Ballots may be obtained in the Municipal Clerk’s Office or online at https://beta.juneau.org/clerk/elections Applications for By-Mail Ballots must be received in the Municipal Clerk’s office no later than Tuesday, September 25, 2018. After September 25, please refer to Absentee Voting BY FAX.

By Electronic Transmission [Fax]:
Applications for By-Fax Ballots (electronic transmission) may be obtained in the Municipal Clerk’s Office or online at https://beta.juneau.org/clerk/elections Applications for By-Fax Ballots must be received in the Municipal Clerk’s office no later than Monday, October 1, 2018, at 5:00 p.m.

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General Information

The Municipal Clerk’s Office serves as Liaison with the CBJ Assembly, staff and the public and is the Election Official for the municipality. The Municipal Clerk is responsible for:

  • administrating local elections, serving as a voter registration office for the State of Alaska; and reviewing compliance with Alaska Public Offices Commission requirements.
  • providing notification of all official activities and meetings of the Assembly and its various committees in compliance with the Open Meetings Act.
  • administrating the activity of the Assembly, the Assembly Standing Committees and the Assembly appointed advisory boards and committees.
  • administrating appeals to the Assembly regarding decisions of the Planning Commission and other quasi-judicial boards.
  • responding to requests for information from the public, CBJ staff, other municipalities, state officials, and both state and federal legislative offices.
  • coordinating and maintaining office tracking system for correspondence and follow-up action.
  • maintaining a comprehensive record system of all CBJ permanent and historic records; maintaining custody of the City and Borough seal; and attesting to CBJ documents such as minutes, legislation, plats, and Notices of Decisions, and ensuring compliance with the Open Records Act.
  • assisting in the preparation of the Assembly budget, reviewing expenditures and assisting the Mayor’s Executive Assistant with administration of approved budget.
  • assisting in planning and attending special events on behalf of the CBJ.
  • administering liquor and gaming license review.