CITC will open as a polling place for the general election October 19
CITC has always been a one-stop service center for individuals seeking jobs, family support, education opportunities, and more. Now, in addition to finding a wide array of services and programs at CITC, you can also vote.
CITC will serve as a polling place at our Nat’uh Service Center beginning Monday, Oct. 19. CITC’s polling station will be open to the public and all employees. Polling will take place Oct. 19 – Nov. 2, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily.
All visitors are required to follow the posted Nat’uh health-safety protocols while on the premises and voting.
In observance of COVID-19 safety precautions, voters must wear a mask in order to enter the CITC building. Polling staff will be checking temperatures; voters will also be asked to answer a short COVID screening questionnaire when they sign in.
Individuals are experiencing symptoms related to COVID-19 are respectfully asked not to enter the CITC Nat’uh Service Center.
This year, CITC acquired Get Out the Native Vote as an affiliate, with the aim to increase voter registration and empower Alaska Native people to become more civically involved in every level of government. By serving as a polling place this year, CITC hopes to make in-person voting even more accessible and convenient for Our People.
You may absentee vote at CITC starting Oct. 19; voting will continue through election day, Nov. 3. Please remember to bring a form of ID. Acceptable forms of ID include: voter ID card; driver’s license; state ID card; military ID card; passport; hunting or fishing license; or other current or valid photo ID. You may also present one of the following forms of ID if it includes your name and current address: current utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, government check or other government issued document.