Anchorage municipal voters have another way to return their ballot by April 2 — Accessible Vote Centers (AVCs) are now open.

There are two school board seats, multiple seats on the Anchorage Assembly and 11 propositions on the ballot, including a controversial proposed alcohol tax and school bond to fix earthquake-damaged schools.

AVCs are for anyone who may need voting assistance, replace a lost or damaged ballot, return a ballot, or need a ballot if they never received one in the mail. People who are voting in-person or need a replacement ballot will need to bring identification to the AVC.

There are six AVC locations: Anchorage City Hall, Eagle River Town Center, Loussac Library, MOA Election Center, Muldoon Mall and O'Malley's on the Green. 

The municipality has created an online interactive map with specific addresses and hours of operation.

Voters must have their ballot postmarked, returned to an AVC or a secure drop box by 8 p.m. on Election Day, April 2.

To learn more about the propositions on the ballot and candidates running for the assembly and school board seats, visit KTVA's Election Central section.

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