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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 15. Elections
- Chapter 7. Registration of Voters
- Section 90. Voting After Change of Name; Reregistration; Amendment or Transfer of Registration.
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AS 15.07.090. Voting After Change of Name; Reregistration; Amendment or Transfer of Registration.
- (a) A voter whose name is changed by marriage or court order may vote under the previous name, but a voter who desires to
use a new name shall vote a questioned ballot.
- (b) A voter shall reregister if the voter's registration is cancelled as provided in AS 15.07.130
. The reregistration is effective for the next election that occurs at least 30 days after the date of reregistration.
- (c) The director shall transfer the registration of a voter from one precinct to another within a house district when
requested by the voter. The request shall be made 30 or more days before the election day. The director shall transfer
the registration of a voter from one house district to another when requested by the voter. The voter must reside in
the new house district for at least 30 days in order to vote.
- (d) A person who claims to be a registered voter, but for whom no evidence of registration in the precinct can be found,
shall be granted the right to vote in the same manner as that of a questioned voter and the ballot shall be treated in
the same manner. The ballot shall be considered to be a "questioned ballot" and shall be so designated. The director or
the director's representative shall determine whether the voter is registered in the house district before counting the
ballot. A voter who has failed to obtain a transfer as provided in (c) of this section shall vote a "questioned ballot"
in the precinct in which the voter resides.
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