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Live Q&A on Voting Safely

How will voting be different this fall? Join AARP Alaska and the Anchorage Senior Activities Center for a virtual discussion on safe voting in 2020. Our guests will be Lt. Gov. Kevin Meyer, and Alaska’s Division of Elections Director Gail Fenumiai. Register now at

We are in the heat of an election, a pandemic and Alaskans still want to know that their vote will count. In-person can be a safe option this election, but make sure to assess your risk and comfort level. Get the information you need from AARP Alaska’s live ZOOM presentation to ensure that you and your family can vote safely this year.

“We know that safe voting is top of mind for Alaskans this election year and we have brought together top Alaskan election officials to help Alaskans get the information they need about safe voting in 2020,” AARP Alaska Director Teresa Holt said.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have drawn up a guide informing polling places and voters how to follow the best safety practices during this year’s presidential elections. While many preventative measures — such as cleaning polling stations — are the responsibility of election officials and poll workers, there are ways that voters themselves can stay safe while casting their vote.

This event begins at 6 p.m. with a 30 minute “how-to” session on getting the most out of ZOOM.  The presentation on Safe Voting will start at 6:30 PM with a Q & A session that will follow.


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