According to Get Out the Alaska Native Vote, it is estimated that Alaska Native people constitute 14 percent of the statewide adult population. If all Alaska Native people voted during a normal turnout year – in which 55 percent of non-Native individuals voted – approximately 25 percent of those at the polls would be Alaska Native. This voting bloc could be more powerful than the Republican vote, the Democratic vote and the non-partisan vote in Alaska.
If you live in Alaska and are not registered to vote, or need to update your voter registration record, visit www.elections.alaska.gov. Voter registration applications are also available at the CIRI Shareholder Relations department.