US Elections ~ Alaska
Directory of Alaska elections. Alaska candidates for Governor, state reps and Congress (Senators / House of Representatives). AK caucus and election races. Voting info. Political parties. State election office.
Election, Primary & Caucus Dates:
State Primary: August 18, 2020
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Presidential Primary (D): April 4, 2020
Democrat Delegates: 19 (15 pledged, 4 super)
Republican Convention (Presidential): None
* All delegates are expected to be allocated to President Trump.
Republican Delegates: 28
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Alaska Electoral Votes: 3
The Electoral College consists of 538 electors.
A majority of 270 electoral votes is required to elect the President.
2020 | On Your Ballot:
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Poll Opening & Closing Times:
In Alaska, all polling places are open from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM Alaska Time.
Alaska is divided between the Alaska time zone and the Hawaii-Aleutian time zone.
Next State Constitutional Officer Elections in 2022.
Alaska Lieutenant Governor:
Kevin Meyer (R)
Alaska State Legislature:
Senate: Majority | Minority
Alaska has 20 State Senate members: 7 (Democrats), 13 (Republicans).
Length of term: 4 years.
House of Representatives: Majority | Minority
Alaska has 40 State House members: 15 (Democrats), 23 (Republicans), 2 (Independents/Undeclared).
Length of term: 2 years
Terms are 6 years in length.
Each state has 2 US Senators. 2 US Senators x 50 States = 100 Total US Senators.
US Senate Breakdown: 53 Republicans, 45 Democrats, 2 Independents.
US Senate Candidates:
U.S. House Of Representatives:
Terms are 2 years in length.
Alaska has 1 Rep (Congressmen & Congresswomen) in the House.
Total number of Reps in the House = 435.
US House Breakdown: 232 Democrats, 198 Republicans, 1 Independent, 4 Vacancies.
Alaska Election Office:
Alaska Elections Division
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- PENNSYLVANIA: State Representative Cris Dush (R) enters the open seat race for State Auditor General. District 1: Judi Reiss (D) exits the race vs Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (R). District 8: Jim Bognet (R) enters the race vs Congressman Matt Cartwright (D). January 23, 2020
- GEORGIA: Raphael Warnock (D) to run vs newly appointed US Senator Kelly Loeffler (R). District 13: Becky Hites (R) to run vs Congressman David Scott (D). District 14: State Representative Kevin Cooke (R) enters the race for this open congressional seat. Ben Bullock (R) exited the District 7 race and entered the District 14 race. January 23, 2020
- NEW YORK District 4: Steve Raiser (R) to run vs Congresswoman Kathleen Rice (D). District 9: NYC Councilman Chaim Deutsch (D) to run vs Congresswoman Yvette Clarke (D). District 27: Stefan Mychajliw (R) enters the open seat special election. Party leaders will hold a convention to pick nominee for the April 28 special election. Nate McMurray (D) is unopposed for the Democrat nomination. January 23, 2020
- MARYLAND District 2: State Delegate Rick Impallaria (R) enters the race vs Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger (D). January 23, 2020
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